Posts Tagged ‘Jack Micheline’

Friday, June 14th, 2013

john bennett | ragged lion – a tribute to jack micheline

Wednesday, July 28th, 2010

a.d. winans | nine poems

A.D. Winans and Bob Kaufman
REMEMBERING BOB KAUFMAN
He walked the streets of North Beach
An ancient warrior with hollow eyes
That seared the dazzling lights of the
City by the bay
His eyes boring into you
Like a drill
Carrying decades of heavy sorrow
On his back
like a bent-over hunchback
Overcome with the rust of time
Flesh stripped to the marrow
The mirror of his eyes [...]

Monday, November 2nd, 2009

olly bryan | poem for jack micheline (in my room)

POEM FOR JACK MICHELINE (IN MY ROOM)
‘diaries of moments recorded in an assertion of will from that will springs all wisdom’ Jack Micheline
Jack, you sculpted beauty
out of lunacy
in a world
which seeped
and continues to seep
idiocy
rare poetic soldier snare
beauty is everywhere
you had the eyes to see it
and you asserted it
lately I can’t
I’m forcing flowers
my eyes are shallow [...]

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2008

the shop

Friday, July 4th, 2008

todd moore | chasing jack micheline’s shadow