Craig Greenman: Two Poems

Harpist
 
Turned to one side,
she resembled my lover,
 
and by extension,
you.
 
(If only our music
were without sadness,
too.)

———-

Traffic

Wait. She sleeps in
irregular breaks. Stop
honking. I will
judge –

so what? They’re all the same.
Mama knows a lullaby. Doorbells &

schnitzel. Wild
things.

No,
I will not move.

 

Craig Greenman teaches philosophy at Colby-Sawyer College in New Hampshire.  His short stories have been nominated twice for the Pushcart Prize, and he was a finalist for the Walker Percy Prize in Short Fiction. His philosophical work includes a book, Expression and Survival: An Aesthetic Approach to the Problem of Suicide, and various articles.

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