Author Archives: Patrick Doud

Gerrit Lansing

I am walking still in the golden sunlight of the midsummer mystery Advertisements

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Thorpe Feidt and Patrick Doud Reading at Gloucester Writers Center

Thorpe Feidt and I read together one sweet May evening last year; Thorpe from his wonderful novel, The Oracular Room, and me from a sheaf of poems.

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Let the Bucket Down, issue 3

There was a lovely event at Gloucester Writers Center for the new issue of Joseph Torra’s excellent magazine, and Greg Cook was there.

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Ken

Kenneth Irby November 18 1936            July 30 2015 Beloved Poet, Teacher, Friend

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The World As It Is

A poem in the new number of The Battersea Review http://batterseareview.com/poems/205-patrick-doud  

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Gull

In the city of the gulls, along with all the other pieces hatched by gulls clamoring sunrise law, there came you, largely a wound, to the courtyard of brick. Baby with a wormy wing, thinglet never to fledge, despite all … Continue reading

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January 22nd, Gloucester Writers Center

I want to say something briefly about my poems, Gabrielle’s drawings, and why we are putting them together tonight. There are the fragile, doomed arrangements of everything, despite intuitions of another, everlasting world that touches this one, that enfolds us … Continue reading

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