Enjoy this ekphrastic poem responding to the work of a local Northwest glassblower, Dale Chihuly.

to resist your capacity to hold
invisible things
                          to grow lucent
lose everything 
even your darkness

Published here by As It Ought To Be.

Published by jfunkhouser


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