Bob Heman lives in Brooklyn where he constructs poems and collages. His small poems have appeared recently in New American Writing, NOON: journal of the short poem, Indefinite Space, and Home Planet News online. Bob recommends the National Coalition Against Censorship.
one can climb
to dispel the laughter
to add the ocean
to the ceiling
and the birds
to the trembling gown
Listen closely and you will hear the moans of the damned. Listen closely and you will hear animals singing the songs of the angels. Listen closely and you will hear the horizon approaching.
the film begins with a house and some blood on the doorstep
and the sound of a distant train disappearing across the moors
destination: unknown at this time
the only listener with his collar turned up against the damp night