(I have been born inside him, too.) I am
my mother’s goldfinch, thistle-eater of
her womb. I sing her blood’s music, enjamb
the sounds her heart and breathing made above
my new ears…
Your ghost would be there, folded like a fleece
across my bed at night, delaying rest.
Afraid of what I’d conjured, wanting peace,
I’d tug the blankets, waiting…
My latest chapbook, The Divine Tour, is forthcoming from Finishing Line Press (release date TBA)
I will be reading from The Clock of the Long Now at the First Book panel of the 2012 West Chester Poetry Conference on June 6, 2012
I will be the featured reader at Molloy College on Sunday, November 6th, 2011, from 3:00 to 5:30 PM.
My copy of The Seventh Quarry Issue Fourteen arrived. Edited by Peter Thabit Jones, the journal includes poems from across the globe.
John S. Moseley (1947-1991) was an English teacher at Half Hollow Hills High School East from the autumn of 1970 until his tragic early death. A memorial bench in his honor will be placed at the Walt Whitman Birthplace.
Four poems by Annabelle Moseley, with four collages by John Digby. This booklet is printed as a limited run of 100 numbered copies.
Annabelle Moseley, in conjunction with the Walt Whitman Birthplace, has won a grant from the New York Council for the Humanities to support Annabelle in the facilitation of a course, free to the public, at the Walt Whitman Birthplace in the spring of 2012: The Spirituality of Poetry: From Walt Whitman to Mary Oliver
WABC Eyewitness News anchor Ken Rosato interviews Annabelle Moseley for “Long Island Viewpoint”