Sunday, 9 January 2011

New Poem by Christopher Crawford

Christopher Crawford was born in Glasgow, Scotland. His poetry and fiction have recently appeared or are forthcoming in Now Culture, Evergreen Review, The Cortland Review, Envoi, Ekleksographia and the anthology The Return of Král Majáles: Prague's International Literary Renaissance 1990-2010.   His translations of Anthony Madrid into the Czech are forthcoming in Psí Víno(CZ).




Say Something

It’s just that they seem to.
I don’t know.
People, and when I say people.
Relentless is what.
Like a wind though it really.
The earth howls.

Any moment now I may.
And when.

poem by Christopher Crawford
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