Marie Anzalone : Writing

Timekeeper

Timekeeper

A Poem by Marie Anzalone


Let Nature dominate you. Let live the things you would control or kill with all sorts of products and philosophies that end in &ldq..
All the Difference

All the Difference

A Poem by Marie Anzalone


2nd piece written as a meditation on the theme of guilt, this time, exploring survivor's guilt
Love in the Days after Anubis

Love in the Days after Anubis

A Poem by Marie Anzalone


Because I loved you, I sat up straight, smoothed my skirt, and surrendered to coffee spoons; after realizing that the Universe w..
In the First Place

In the First Place

A Poem by Marie Anzalone


meditation on the theme of "blame" for July poetry club activity with Casa los Altos
Bookends I and II

Bookends I and II

A Poem by Marie Anzalone


Processing a year marked by death and disorder all around
Work Gloves

Work Gloves

A Poem by Marie Anzalone


Commitments keep my friend away from his children- many times for days or weeks on end. He confides I do not think I can say I a..
Unreasonable Men

Unreasonable Men

A Poem by Marie Anzalone


we were asked to write poetry for the volunteer firefighters of our city, in recognition of their search and rescue efforts after the volcanic eruptio..
Imperfect Men

Imperfect Men

A Poem by Marie Anzalone


written for my friend on Father's Day, 2018
Other conversations

Other conversations

A Poem by Marie Anzalone


You did it again, didn’t you? You visited her, took what you wanted- left with your world, and all of its belongings rearranged in..
That Was Monday

That Was Monday

A Poem by Marie Anzalone


Another devastating national tragedy. thoughts from an eerily similar location, 2 hours away. For the victims of the Fuego volcano, and every citizen ..