NO WORDS · LORI DEROSIERS
12×18, printed on 100% recycled linen paper.
Signed limited edition of 10.
Set in Mrs. Eaves.
Archive-quality glassine envelope included.
every step, every sip of coffee every word I type and there are no words
left only your touch, cascade of laughter, the hum of both our breath in
kisses, you so awake and wanting, responding to every small caress.
I try to write, try to imagine future, enjoying common simple joys,
exploring new places on the map and on our bodies, meanwhile
morning light intrudes. I close my eyes a while and dream of you.
About the Author
Lori Desrosiers’ poetry books are The Philosopher’s Daughter (Salmon Poetry, 2013), a chapbook, Inner Sky (Glass Lyre Press 2015) and Sometimes I Hear the Clock Speak (Salmon Poetry, 2016). Her work has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. She edits Naugatuck River Review, a journal of narrative poetry and Wordpeace, an online journal dedicated to peace and justice. She teaches at Lesley University MFA program.