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  • The Dream
  • William Wroth (bio)

    For Roy and Kathryn

“All things are ever more Than most they seem to be” Pessoa

When you come out of the dream and see the ocean is still there unchanged, unchanging, always changing and the tang of salt spray on the tongue eyes tearing in the wind. God is here you say— this may be finite but still beyond our ken and you wake to see you are not pressed in the same way standing still standing and the murmur of the sea the constant murmur of the sea. [End Page 107]

William Wroth

William Wroth has published poems in the Yale Literary Magazine, Northwest Review, Wild Dog, El Corno Emplumado (Mexico City), Hungry Generation (Calcutta), Floating Bear, Runes, Malpais Review, and other journals. His book of poems, All Worlds in One, was published by Coyote’s Journal in 2008. His poem “Rebirth of Song” was published as a broadside in 2012 by the Press of the Palace of the Governors, Santa Fe. He lives in New Mexico.



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