Anne Giles Rimbey | The Sun Magazine

Anne Giles Rimbey

Anne Giles Rimbey’s poems have appeared in Cross Currents, Press, and Tampa Review. She lives in Temple Terrace, Florida.

— From August 1998

We Domesticated Plants And Animals

And we’re still staggering like oxen laden / with too many wine barrels: what to do with all this time? // We were little more than plants or animals ourselves, / scratching in the dirt like chickens. Find, eat, find, eat.

August 1998
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