“Childbirth” — a poem


One cool April night we feel your clamoring to appear/Your angry and tired blazing and intelligent eyes/Staring at those who bring you forth to burst into a world

As a separate/God detached yet bound/Who summon you

From the warm watery kingdom, from the mix and matching/Of endless spirals laced into the lattice of life/The ineffable plan that sucks constant at creation

 

“Childbirth” has been published in Issue 1.1 of the Bellow Literary Journal — www.bellowliteraryjournal.com

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About brucejberger

Bruce J. Berger has published his short fiction in a variety of print and on-line literary journals, including Prole, Jersey Devil Press Anthology, The Awakenings Review, Raphael's Village, Eastown Fiction, Black Magnolias Literary Journal, and others. He also publishes shorts stories for Amazon's Kindle. He is pursuing his MFA in Creative Writing at American University beginning in August 2015.
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One Response to “Childbirth” — a poem

  1. brucejberger says:

    I’ve just received my copy of Bellow Literary Journal 1.1 It’s extraordinary.

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