Fammerée, Richard 2000

Tuesday, January 18, 2000


I captured my daughter running
between water and violet
fire and viridian
emeralds and ancestors their green
day bed of reveries
a mythology of first days

– Richard Fammerée, “Camera obscura”

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Her body is hillocks, pond and spring, long
planted and greener before. Her spine is
the trysting tree from the time of the
grandparents. It is where they meet
and court. Birds turn and return. Her girls
come back. The wind sails their hair
in three directions: light, silk, conifer.

– Richard Fammerée, “February-October”

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