Dream Brood, by Karen L. George

A man and woman cross a field
roost beneath knitted trees
squinting into fuchsia sun
they swim on the sound
of falling water

His hand on her thigh
pools like a bell
unfolds a moment
a window into
fine silence
bone blue

~ Found poem composed/modified from words in Lucia Perillo’s poem, “At St. Placid’s”

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Karen George is author of the poetry collection Swim Your Way Back (Dos Madres Press, 2014), and five chapbooks, most recently The Fire Circle (Blue Lyra Press, 2016), and an ekphrastic collaborative chapbook, Frame and Mount the Sky, (Finishing Line Press, 2017). Her work has appeared in Adirondack Review, Louisville Review, America, Naugatuck River Review, Heron Tree, and Rogue Agent. She reviews poetry and interviews poets at Poetry Matters:  http://readwritepoetry.blogspot.com/, and is co-founder and fiction editor of the journal, Waypoints:  http://www.waypointsmag.com/. Her website is:  http://karenlgeorge.snack.ws/.

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