Posts by keithmoul

Isolation in a Passenger Car

By on May 26, 2019 in Poetry | Comments Off

I descend from the higher Rockies to Deer Lodge, very much the high plain. At 3 miles sun reflects from a window. The land coincides in its one identity, except this window soon to bounce its light to dialectical dark of the cosmos. Personally I can not challenge the sight. Greedy for the compensations of space, I refuse to broadcast my fugitive fantasy of my isolation at rest in a passenger car. But for beauty, I rue my caterpillar pace slowed on my itinerary, too short of...

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What Home Garden

By on May 19, 2019 in Art/Photography, Featured | Comments Off

  What Home Garden by Keith Moul

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Montana Pine (Photo)

By on Oct 27, 2014 in Art/Photography | Comments Off

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Arizona Scrub (Photo)

By on Oct 27, 2014 in Art/Photography | Comments Off

 

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The Axis

By on May 26, 2013 in Poetry | Comments Off

  JOURNAL: RALPH L. MOUL, ELECTRICIAN MATE 2ND CLASS, U.S.S. LEXINGTON March 26, 1944: “Crossed the equator again yesterday. That makes it about 15 times I have been across it.”   Lost in the middle, the electrician’s mate oscillates as the day’s voltage defines his wartime parameters. The Axis had bigger goals than dad’s axis swerving between latitudes, circulating between longitudes of ocean, final resting places variously deep, but every one unmarked.                                  ...

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