Tuesday, September 5, 1995
by David Filer

Puget Sound Evening calms to a wren-song. All day, clouds build, quick rain— thunder beyond dark Oregon hills—last drops still rattling down through old cottonwoods. A thin fog covers the warm, damp ground. To the southeast, a half-moon in clearing sky. Redwings rise, fan out, settle. The heart asks: when time yields such brief perfections— … Continue reading Tuesday, September 5, 1995
by David Filer

David Filer

David Filer lives in Portland, Oregon and Puget Island, Washington (an island in the lower Columbia River).  His most recent books are Housekeeping, a chapbook of sonnets from Finishing Line Press, and The Fear of Love, a full-length collection from Plain View Press (both February 2012).  His wife, Marlene Anderson, created and directs The Imani … Continue reading David Filer