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Poets

Corey Cook

Corey Cook is the author of two other chapbooks: Rhododendron in a Time of War (Scars Publications) and What to Do with a Dying Parakeet (Pudding House Publications). His work has appeared in Ballard Street Poetry Journal, Chiron Review, Entelechy International, The Henniker Review, Ibbetson Street, Loch Raven Review, Nerve Cowboy, Pearl, Plain Spoke, Red River Review, THRUSH Poetry Journal, Wild Goose Poetry Review, Willard & Maple and elsewhere. New work is forthcoming in The Aurorean, The Legendary and Muddy River Poetry Review.

Corey edits The Orange Room Review with his wife, Rachael. Rachael's photographs are featured in Flock and in each issue of The Orange Room Review. They live in Thetford Center, Vermont with their two daughters.

Website: http://theorangeroomreview.webs.com/


 Corey's Origami micro-chapbook & selected poem are available below.

Origami Micro-chapbook

Selected Poem(s)

Flock

 

Cover Photo by Rachel Cook
 

Fall

butterfly boldly
flits by, then is lost amid
falling maple leaves
 
two plump cardinals -
craggy apple tree's entire
yield for the season
 
splitting wood -
wedge of geese
descends

Corey Cook © 2012

 

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