Lisa Haviland

WRITER & EDITOR

Poems by Lisa Haviland

Channeling

 

through, like water passes by

without pause

These strung-together

intimacies feel

so insoluble.

Today

a trap drawer

has damned off

the waves bred

by his hands, her waist, those miles

away.

 

 

Addiction

 

White trash junkie

in your cuffed sleeves

and black boots:

Standard Issue.

A bird with clipped wings, pecking

a

way

with

you.

 

 

Published in The Ginosko Anthology 2

"Frame," published in Muse Literary Journal.

"Channeling" and "Addiction," published in The Ginosko Anthology 2.