Spring 2012

Edited by BLAS FALCONER | BARRY KITTERMAN | AMY WRIGHT



​Poetry

[A glass house holds no interior design]

Brent Goodman


A glass house holds no interior design.
Ask the autumn-lit trees how to say thank you.
Stop the wind at your door but welcome the sky.

No one will ever live here, only visit.

A glass house claims no exterior structure.
All architects want to live beyond their deaths.
Even the drawn curtains rise invisible.




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