• Blank Page As Harbour

    Glyn Maxwell

    Spring 2018

    Home to this after time away
    he was greeted like he never went,
    no matter the sights he says he saw,
    no matter the days he claims he spent.

    The whiteness smiles a smile as wide
    as all the seas he howls he sailed
    and holds his lone indignant cry
    where lone indignant cries are held.

    Glyn Maxwell’s recent books of poetry include Pluto and One Thousand Nights and Counting: Selected Poems. He lived in Massachusetts and New York between 1995 and 2006, and was poetry editor at the New Republic from 2002 to 2007. He now lives in London and teaches at The Poetry School.

    Read More

    Web Design and Development by Riverworks Marketing