OUR CATEGORY : Anne Sorbie

the neruda spell #8

plant pots and poets are nerudal subjects inspected from above as if by agate-eyed white doves crushed like a beach crashed and sanded by the ocean’s constant salt ~ Anne Sorbie Anne Sorbie was born in Paisley, Scotland and she lives and writes in Calgary. Her fiction has appeared in journals such as Geist and […]

the neruda spell #7

can you bear a poem fur it in snarls and great rearing jaws claw at it without tearing asunder its meaty parts while blue sky and white sun reign warmth on its strangled throat ~ Anne Sorbie Anne Sorbie was born in Paisley, Scotland and she lives and writes in Calgary. Her fiction has appeared […]

the neruda spell #6

I she wants to bite his cherry tomato lips seed them transparent until they overflow palms wet wrists maim arms cross clavicles taint neck insect mouth dry on tongue II she wants to wrap soft in hair bending triumph seek what is beneath the dream of a sleep tufted cheek stalked and deep green thin-pressed […]

the neruda spell #5

the wind blew strong vibrato held notes on michigan’s lock until your voice reached over my shoulder and spoke my name: I jump screamed at the sound ~ Anne Sorbie Anne Sorbie was born in Paisley, Scotland and she lives and writes in Calgary. Her fiction has appeared in journals such as Geist and Other […]

the neruda spell #4

your poems catechize in waves of voice that boil over dry sand in bubbles of body and blood ~ Anne Sorbie Anne Sorbie was born in Paisley, Scotland and she lives and writes in Calgary. Her fiction has appeared in journals such as Geist and Other Voices. Anne’s first novel, Memoir of a Good Death, […]