Two Poems by Keith Leonard

OPENING LECTURE AT THE CONSTELLATION INSTITUTE When you draw shapes in the night sky, it will help if you remember that your pencil passes through matter we can’t see, or name, but know exists. It will help if you imagine the bright spots as your parents, your past lovers, or enemies. Perhaps you will drawContinue reading “Two Poems by Keith Leonard”

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Ode To Alternatives

  Hey Kevin, I know I’m always talking, but look at those two little boys who don’t know any better – they’re using a king as a pawn, a pawn as a knight, a queen as a bishop-and isn’t not knowing the rules just beautiful? Because really, where’s the joy in shouldering night into workdayContinue reading “Ode To Alternatives”

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