Lat time I was at Squaw Valley Community of Writers I discovered that there was another poet not just from my very small town, but who lives on my short block, seven or eight houses down from me. How lucky!
Here is one of her poems:
Discussing Useful Life at the Tax Depreciation Seminar
While Remembering a Line by David Baker
The depreciable life of a parking garage is fifteen, unless its roof
is the floor of the building above it, in which case it’s thirty-nine.
Office furniture is seven, the stove five and the fax machine five.
But if a machine has its wires embedded in the wall behind it,
so they ease through the wall like veins, it can make that wall part
of the machine, thus five, as if there’s a contagion there, a life-changing Continue reading “A poem not just for tax season”