ONE POEM – Keith Moul

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Image: ‘Wet Sand’ by Annie Soudain. See more of her work here. 

Keith Moul’s poems and photos are published widely. Finishing Line Press released a chap called ‘The Future as a Picnic Lunch’ in 2015. Aldrich Press published ‘Naked Among Possibilities’ in 2016; Finishing Line Press released ‘Investment in Idolatry’ in 2017.


Misty Circumlocution

Canada geese strut and honk, beaking
spring grass; forsake servility to instinct
to migrate north, then south like tourists
bound to perpetual reservations, the act,
not the attractive vacation destinations.

Maybe they look past the sprouting trees;
wish to think of tree and goose cycles of
life; or consider implications of species;
or stop ceaseless confusion in humid fog.

My own sense of direction can be fallible
during circumlocution in grey winter mist.

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