Tag Archives: Dion O’Reilly

Everything Itself Even More So – The Poetry of American Poet Dion O’Reilly

Burned Body Contemplates the Bottom Sheets Not razors exactly, more like powdered glass. Gunpowder. Asbestos maybe. Superglue, so when I moved it wrenched the dendrites of my skin. I had no skin. I’m sorry. I had no skin. What I really mean is the sheets were slim silver whips. As slim and silver as millions […]

O’Reilly and Hikmet – Poet’s Grieving for our Earth!

American poet Dion O’Reilly EVERYTHING THAT’S OLD Jets are the new motor homes chemtrails are the new clouds the unknown dead on an island are the calm before a storm robots are the new immigrants Roundup is the new hoe Colbert is the new Cronkite smoke is the new sky drought is the new summer […]