Contributions by Antonia Clark

Ghazal of Lost Dreams

Ghazal of Lost Dreams

To consider the distance, the ever-receding horizon.
To go on, to follow the hurtling train of your dreams

To acknowledge the mountain, to search for the pass
despite cliffs and landslides, the bleak terrain of your dreams.

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Three poems


My body’s a map
of ravage and mirage—

a topography of hard
knowledge dredged

from unforgiving hills,
the deep crevasse—

cities left to smolder
countries to decay.

The more I unfold myself,
the more visible the world.

My Other…

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