Susan M Schultz

Susan M Schultz is author, most recently, of Meditations: January 2019-2020 (Wet Cement Press), Lilith Walks (BlazeVox), and I Want to Write an Honest Sentence (Talisman). She's turned to photography in her retirement. Susan lives on O`ahu, and spends time on the Big Island of Hawai`i.

I and Eucalyptus 13

If yellow eucalyptus sap looks like a duck, where’s the quack? Weed whacker, maybe, interrupts the duck’s drip, which I catch as image before another sap drip forms. They’re all real to him, the characters that emerge from lines of …

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from _Memory Cards_

A thin black hand, a white ham hand. Confucius with a typewriter. The poem loses history, like the small stuffed animal we left on a Madrid subway station bench. I went back on the train, but it’s been lost again …

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