Monday, 24 June 2013

POEM FOR SNOWDEN #11: HARLOW



The Way In



After M. R. James’s ghost story, “The Mezzotint,” the picture of

the mansion watched for change becomes the camera view on

internet, where anyone may go and view the entrance to a home.

They’ll not stop there but scroll along the edges of the scene, to

follow curves of driveways, walks or, now emboldened, cut across

the lawn, find entry through a window to our private lives.

 


Morgan Harlow is the author of Midwest Ritual Burning (Eyewear Publishing, 2012). She is at work on a novel, An Interview with Joey Lobos, and a second collection of poems.
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