What it Means to Fall

Like an astronaut cocooned on the quiet side
of the moon, watching the way a rock hammer
and a falcon’s feather drop together minus gravity,
she gathers facts.

Published by Tall Lighthouse, this poem sequence is a meditation on falling in all its guises. From Adam and Eve to the Berlin Wall, it speaks of love, loss and the unreliability of memory using the language of physics, mythology, and mathematics.

Available to order from me at kelasky@btinternet.com

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