Friday, April 04, 2008

Excerpt from The Ghost Trio by Linda Bierds

This excerpt from her poem The Ghost Trio is Bierds at her best: evocative imagery and smooth yet dramatic transitions. The full poem is available here.


The Winter: 1748

A little satin like wind at the door.
My mother slips past in great side hoops,
arced like the ears of elephants
on her head a goat-white wig,
on her cheek a dollop of mole.

She has entered the evening, and I
her room with its hazel light.
Where her wig had rested is a leather head,
a stand, perfect in its shadow but
carrying in fact, where the face should be,
a swath of door. It cups

in its skull-curved closure
clay hair stays, a pouch of wig talc
that snows at random and lends to the table

a neck-shaped ring.
When I reach inside I am frosted,
my hand like a pond in winter, pale
fingers below of leaves or carp.

I have studied a painting from Holland,
where a village adjourns to a frozen river.
Skaters and sleighs, of course, but
ale tents, the musk of chestnuts,

someone thick on a chair with a lap robe.
I do not know what becomes of them
when the flow revisits. Or why
they have moved from their warm hearthstones
to settle there—except that one step

is a method of gliding,
the self for those moments
weightless and preened as my leather companion.
And I do not know if the fish there
have frozen, or wait in some stasis
like flowers. Perhaps they are stunned
by the strange heaven—dotted with

boot soles and chair legs
and are slumped on the mud-rich bottom—
waiting through time for a kind of shimmer,
an image perhaps, something
known and familiar, something

rushing above in their own likeness,
silver and blade-thin at the rim of the world.




Linda Bierds was raised in Anchorage, Alaska. She teaches English and Creative Writing at the University of Washington. Her books include First Hand, The Seconds, and The Profile Makers.


125 Comments:

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That's great, I love winter poems!

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3:51 PM  
Blogger Aleta said...

This sums up the "leather head" and the winter scene.

"waiting through time for a kind of shimmer,
an image perhaps, something
known and familiar, something

rushing above in their own likeness"

I love the detail in the poem and how she merges it together in the end. Sometimes we feel the shadow or part of the painting, waiting for life to warm us.

3:51 PM  
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This is a poem for poets. I was inclined to agree with "anonymous" that the content was "dry and, well, meaningless," but I read it through about ten times, and I don't think this poem is even about winter. What I don't understand is what the restrictions on females in her society have to do with the fish waiting for something famliar. Can anyone tell me?

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Sure, spring is just beginning and you have to go bring winter back around. ;o)

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How about more contemporary world poetry, not only English?

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OpenID dontcallitpoetry said...

This poet's use of language is itself like 'A little satin like wind at the door.' I love the quiet tone she evokes with her words ... especially lines like: 'She has entered the evening, and I
her room with its hazel light.' I've never read Bierds' work before ... thanks for the intro!

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