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Mark J. Mitchell: A New Soul


Image: Unsplash, downloaded (https://unsplash.com/photos/xZroI5V_dxc) 10.09.2022.



CLEAR STATEMENT


occasional

endearing clear

statement of a teapot

—Robert Duncan

Descriptions of Imaginary Poetries



The teapot’s retired

to a counter corner

beside a silver toaster

and behind some glasses.


It is white and hollow

as a new soul.


Empty, it stores

dry tea in neat bags.


Outside, March weather

blows against the empire.



About the Author: Mark J. Mitchell was born in Chicago and grew up in southern California. His latest poetry collection, Roshi San Francisco, was just published by Norfolk Publishing. Starting from Tu Fu was recently published by Encircle Publications.

A new collection and a novel are forthcoming.

He is very fond of baseball, Louis Aragon, Miles Davis, Kafka and Dante. He lives in San Francisco with his wife, the activist and documentarian, Joan Juster where he made his marginal living pointing out pretty things. Now, he works doing guy stuff, go figure.

He has published 2 novels and three chapbooks and two full length collections so far. His first chapbook won the Negative Capability Award.

Titles on request.

A meager online presence can be found at https://www.facebook.com/MarkJMitchellwriter/

A primitive web site now exists: https://www.mark-j-mitchell.square.site/

I sometimes tweet @Mark J Mitchell_Writer


 

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