Four Poems by Jamie O’Connell

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February 16, 2018
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lose me
in the fog

blue haze rivers

owl glow
baking nests

babies born
from leaf piles

what are we made of

feathers riddle sky



















saga age

I want to fight / your nightfall /churn

your skull / into / industrial revolution /

smash icebergs / melt away rivers / receding

glaciers / how could the world / be so round /

humans must transform / before they come

ashore / behead the trees / I sentence you

to death / dear squire


coastal break

I am the
raspberry bush
my chest

doom of beaks
pecking sand

quiet feeding the machine

please                 quiet feeding the machine


spooning rivers

salt and algae
covered raindrops

what entities

what inches

what coastal lungs


About the Author

Jamie O’Connell lives in the Bay Area, where she received her MFA in Writing from California College of the Arts. Her poetry can be found in Menacing Hedge, Newfound, Forth Magazine, and elsewhere. She spends most of her time with her majestic zebra-striped dog/direwolf, Daisy. Visit her site here: