143 poem: William F. Buckley

A blackout poem done at poetrynight at the Alternative Library in Bellingham. From Poetry magazine, Vol. CXC, No. 2, p. 143, May 2007 issue.

Well, that’s not
an easy win
this poem
has no satisfaction

On 9/11
I am unable to verify that
William F. Buckley is
so painfully obvious

it’s no great trick
but all of his poems
are downright silly

(2 September 2019—posted September 3)



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