DPF / Martin

I like this title. What is this world? It is. This one’s from Thrush Poetry Journal: an anthology of the first two years, ed. by Helen Vitoria. Thrush Press is here, and then there’s a brief bio:
 http://www.thrushpress.com/
http://www.pw.org/content/mg_martin

from it is / by M.G. Martin

it is inside the return of a sorrow only known on an ocean floor.

DPF / Kingsley

An oceany-y one, from the ABZ First Book Poetry Prize 2013, winner: Traceries. More here and here:
http://www.amethystarsenic.com/issues/4-1/jean-a-kingsley.php
http://abzpress.sharepoint.com/Pages/2013PoetryPrizeWinner.aspx

from Private Chambers / by Jean A. Kingsley

like the grand armada of gallied whales
who spiral in toward the middle

creating a sleek on the ocean’s surface

DPF / Peacock

For miracles. This one’s from the book, Villanelles, ed. by Annie Finch and Marie-Elizabeth Mali. More here:
http://www.poetryfoundation.org/bio/molly-peacock

from Little Miracle / by Molly Peacock b. 1949

No use getting hysterical.
The important part is: we’re here.
Our lives are a little miracle.

DPF / Squillante

A bird day. This one is lovely Thrush Press Broadside 17, a broadside I recently received in the mail.
http://www.thrushpress.com/our-broadsides.html
http://allthingsedible.wordpress.com/

from Flight / by Sheila Squillante

bright feathers shoulder past the window

you watch them

                                        fluster

DPF / Wier

Another funeral day. Today, a best friend long disconnected and the 10-year-old-part-sheepdog dog he left behind. And so, we welcome Daisy into our home and hope she finds some peace and comfort here among old friends, new children, all new to her.  
http://www.poets.org/poetsorg/poem/who-god-so-asked-our-dog

from “Who is God? So Asked Our Dog” / by Dara Wier b. 1949

How many seasons are there?
Where was God born?
How many stars?