A Selection of Poems by Daniel Thomas Moran

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New Hampshire –  In the Kingdom of Autumn

Leonardo Flies Home –  In the Kingdom of Autumn

For My Farmer’s Daughter –  In the Kingdom of Autumn

Accumulations –  In the Kingdom of Autumn

A Poem and a Chair –  In the Kingdom of Autumn

What Color is Blue? –  In the Kingdom of Autumn

Newtown –  A Shed for Wood

Life Now –  A Shed for Wood

A Gold Case –  A Shed for Wood

Fireflies –  A Shed for Wood

On the Dying of Amy Winehouse –  A Shed for Wood

Some Kind of Sonnet for a Mayfly –  A Shed for Wood

At The Louvre –  Looking for the Uncertain Past

On Compassion –  Looking for the Uncertain Past

Saturday Or Sunday Morning Early –  Looking for the Uncertain Past

To My Young Son –  Looking for the Uncertain Past

We Mortals –  Looking for the Uncertain Past

“The water you touch in a river is the last of that which has passed, and the first of that which is coming. Thus it is with time present. Life, if well spent, is long.”