Mark E. Brager PDF Print E-mail

 

still night
each frozen breath
a key
  sand dollar
the curve of the shore
behind me
  Moebius strip
a cast of hawks fades
into summer
 
deeper
into the morning fog
into myself
  held
in delicate balance
milk thistle

 

 


Mark E. Brager lives with his wife and son in Columbia, MD, just outside of Washington, DC, where he works as a public affairs executive. His poems have appeared in haijinx, Prune Juice, Haiku Pix Review, The Heron's Nest and Notes from the Gean.