Sheila E. Murphy


Image 6 by Sheila E. Murphy


I offer a hosanna poem to match this leap toward your perfect heart. A latch I would undo with much ado, I want to start the picture with and without oils breath-free. I’m breathless to your keen inflective exosphere you warm toward otherwhere. The dance gets caught askance toward lark moon-lined within plump crescent darkness. Dry enough to orchestrate the shims across a winter we forever thaw. I dream you.

Experience turned innocence at last, a tacit shine


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 6 by Sheila E. Murphy.