Glen Kappy

Gold Star - 12,107 Points (June 30,1948 / New York, NY USA)

Glen Kappy Poems

1. To Sing Your Greatness, A Heart Song 1/1/2016
2. I Was Visited 1/2/2016
3. Dream Debut, A Home Pome 1/2/2016
4. In The Time Before New Year 1/4/2016
5. Another Glimpse Of Whitman 1/4/2016
6. At The Threshold 1/4/2016
7. Kitten Comes In 1/5/2016
8. Like Her Regal Cousins 1/5/2016
9. Choices 1/6/2016
10. Caged Beasts 1/6/2016
11. View From Outside 1/6/2016
12. Faith Of A Feline 1/6/2016
13. At Twenty Years, A Home Pome 1/5/2016
14. To Prize Give Paws 1/6/2016
15. St. Francis And The Fly 1/6/2016
16. Village Poetry Reading 1/6/2016
17. Losing Battle 1/6/2016
18. Refresh Us, God, A Prayer 1/30/2016
19. Fat Clouds, A Prayer 1/30/2016
20. Rain Prayer 1/30/2016
21. Listening Prayer 1/30/2016
22. Morning Sun Dances 2/6/2016
23. On A Silent Retreat 2/6/2016
24. Wind Which Rattles Trees 2/6/2016
25. As I Read Your Words, A Prayer 2/14/2016
26. Weekly Scrabble Game At My Dad's New Apartment 2/14/2016
27. Where, Dad? 2/21/2016
28. Moth Plague 2/6/2016
29. Day In The Large Room 2/6/2016
30. Forecast 1/9/2016
31. What Light Can Do 6/1/2016
32. Rain In Drought 6/1/2016
33. Dog Sniffs Intently 6/1/2016
34. At A Grower's Market 6/1/2016
35. Camping Trip 6/1/2016
36. Muddy Lot 6/1/2016
37. Impersonating Shadows 6/1/2016
38. To One Unseen 6/1/2016
39. The Wonder Of Thought 6/1/2016
40. Dawn Variations 6/1/2016
Best Poem of Glen Kappy

He Sang

'And when they had sung a hymn…'
—Mark 14: 26a

You sang, Lord(!)
In a tenor or a baritone?
(Another thing
we're left to wonder—
with hair, eyes, skin, size—
to wonder then let go) .
Was it a solemn song?
Or one to fortify
against the night
you knew would follow?

In times before
on dusty roads
were they who struggled
to keep up with you
surprised to hear you whistle?
Or did they smile
when you'd start
a cadenced song
to make less weary
all the miles?

Or in gray dawn
and back from prayer—
your ...

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This Sphinx

from 'The Convenient Cat'

This sphinx also has the body of a cat and
color of the desert sand

but isn't fronted by a human head—
it's that of a regular cat instead.

He's not chiseled out of stone

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