Lee B. Mack
LEE BROCK MACK (Psychobiography)
Lee Brock Mack poet, Semi-Retired Financial/Systems Consultant, Community College and High School part time Teacher; is author of the 1977 poems: “Gifts of Strength” and “Home Train.” Mr. Mack recognized traditional philosophies and practices of poetry, and works hard to spearhead some works he hopes will entertain and find acceptance as improvisational poetry. His native language is English and he strives to express empathy with English traditions, other native tongues, ancestral and historical expression; like jazz, poetry improvisation is developing as a new modal set, expressive similar to chord changes in music, and trial and error... more »
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Lee B. Mack Poems
A Poem Speaks Native (Improvisation 10 2...
A POEM SPEAKS NATIVE: Original 10 30 2009 A poem speaks native speak
The Teacher Is The Teachers Teacher
Some drown in hydrolyzed clouds Some fall with the rains’ wiping away All progress made let fade into top soils Wet bloody mud from trampling up the
A Granddaughter's Smile
A granddaughter’s smile incites advantage as she readies her nest for the nighttime story she prepares each slice of magnetic universe she tends to bottle warming and gifts;
Come With Me Rolling Drifts Of Sand
We meet to drive international speedways To the beach’s decorative catch bands of Running waters -coastal borders Rolling in sand’s broad sunlight –faded
Come Again: (Improvisation 11 10 200...
On the runners’s track around Charles Drew field hung images of nakedness above counter walls that Bars display instant atmosphere drew off to color The brew a coffee cream in sight of Baldwin Hall
Cellophane Spirit: Improvisation 10 19 ...
Old men have seen a memory blown by sleeping, wails of grief kisses sucked up excavated noses soul stirring psalms to the very top of the lung energy boasts of a golden but feared recall, I
Cityscapes: (Improvisation 10 04 200...
God wept the seas we walk around lands of continent man divide the charity the sea’s covers spread over naked kingdoms like condoms stretched over revived seed
When Poems Write Themselves
When poems write themselves To save good eating for last They refrigerate desserts but Set them out a while to ponder
Holy Up All Night As Black As I: (Impro...
When I have reach outside this eye to touch the other side of sky glory will the hope pray I
La Chasse In A Surfer's Dream: (Improv...
Coltrane reincarnate in sound chasses in surfer’s dreams transfigures to an emperor butterfly leaving the body, ancestral ebullient blood running, an afterward-ness sound blowing through seashells lifts being onto wings that move
Brand The Minds Of Youthful Allegiances;...
On good downdraft mountain shuttles old wings sail On the smooth take to meet peers to confide in Young dangerous wings take highways of winds That rage ahead from Straight-ways to curves
Affraid Of Coming To Know: (Original 0...
Spirit unclothes herself to womanize instant naked movements esthetic wishes engage to name spirit blood featureless within
Wines Of Love: (Original 06 30 2007)
To fringed and tassel end apron string to the rule of nature’s bag of waters per chance to chance the greeting teats extend to attend the child at play
I Found The Content Of Character II (I...
I found content of character true to a dream In holy archeology of native pillages in the south Of North American in the front of the book I found Pasted copy of claim of content of conscience
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A Poem Speaks Native (Improvisation 10 29 2009)
A POEM SPEAKS NATIVE:
Original 10 30 2009
A poem speaks native speak
The proper colloquial greetings
Writes streets of conversation hip
Turns on its charismatic native cool
Moving its foot rhythmically with
Shoulder turns sure to twist toward
The liquid lighted avenue -girls set
On stoop steps with brown knees
Tucked toward their chins holding
Winter wool skirts by the hem
To cover bottoms but knees to tease
The passing Metro Lines –the poem
Speaks the metric rhythm -passing
With pretence in comparing eyes