The Uncoupling





 

The Uncoupling

 

From remnants of the unresolved,

comes sage insistence:

each beginning contains an end.

There is over time a slow degeneration,

fire to ash to earth wherein

wind wears down protective panes,

& drafts stir the hardest foundations.

Such a wind blows hard

this late afternoon,

shaking maple branches

to warn a sleeping garden

of nature’s fickle dance.

Seasons come undone

as rhythms are thrown,

& even rising constellations

cast cautionary nods

toward reckless aftermath

on this planet of change.
 

 

 Gary Glauber

 

Gary Glauber is a poet, fiction writer, teacher, and former music journalist.  His works have received multiple Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net nominations. He champions the underdog to the melodic rhythms of obscure power pop. His two collections, Small Consolations (Aldrich Press) and Worth the Candle (Five Oaks Press) and a chapbook Memory Marries Desire (Finishing Line Press) are available through Amazon.

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