Weigl, Bruce 2007

Wednesday, November 11, 2007
with Brian Turner


The robin is so quarrelsome. He barks to no one in the trees;
he fluffs his body twice its size and rattles in the leaves.
He doesn’t know or won’t accept the nest is empty now,
the eggs a tatter on the ground.

– Bruce Weigl, “Pastoral as Complaint”

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Because this evening Miss Hoang Yen
sat down with me in the small
tiled room of her family house
I am unable to sleep.

– Bruce Weigl, “Her Life Runs Like a Red Silk Flag”

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