Sheila E. Murphy


Image 8 by Sheila E. Murphy

 Winter’s psyche tests impulse to speak, to think, to seek a wellspring from within. We are all we have, to form mundane hosannas. Tears showcase those unaccustomed to kind treatment that spawn having, doing, keeping. Now I lay me down to weather’s gray intolerance. To reject the null hypothesis I must have dreamed.

Spare feeling, semitones, an eastern view of intervals


About the writer:
Sheila E. Murphy, Ph.D, is an American text and visual poet who has been actively publishing since 1978. She is the recipient of The Gertrude Stein Award for her book Letters to Unfinished J (Green Integer Press, 2003). She lives in Phoenix, Arizona.

Image: Image 8 by Sheila E. Murphy.