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love the rhythm and the way

love the rhythm and the way it presses forward thru the poem. it's tightly packed but moves. worth reading and rereading.

Anonymous more than 4 years ago

This poem amazes; it's so

This poem amazes; it's so economical and poignant. I love the way it coils back on itself, tying in the occurrence of the eternal patterns of nature under attack. A true accomplishment. Bravo to the poet.

Anonymous more than 4 years ago

The Camille Martin

The Camille Martin 'epigraph' and her subsequent commentary puts a whole new spin on the gyre motif.

Dan Post more than 4 years ago

Very apropos, considering the

Very apropos, considering the Gulf oil spill, concern over damaging chemicals found in everything from baby milk to water bottles....

Striking imagery of our waste wreaking havoc in deadly cycles, in the same way as the ending connects back to the beginning.

Anonymous more than 4 years ago

This is scarier than mine -

This is scarier than mine - and no doubt more realistic - I like it!

Camille Martin more than 4 years ago

...so was that the end?

...so was that the end?

Robert MacPherson more than 4 years ago