Tag: Peter Huggins

DiggDigging by Peter Hugginsing by Peter Huggins

On the Bay of Naples Medwen’s bones Tell me that when Vesuvius erupted, Waves of lava covered her.  With my brush I uncover her and give her life back to her. In her arms she holds her master’s son, Who mouths a gold teething…

The Biltmore House Peace Accord by Peter Huggins

This house is preparation.  An atrium Of light invites us up a curved Marble staircase.  When we ascend, A long hall opens into a library With ten-thousand volumes and heaven Painted on its blue ceiling. A black limo crouches on the pebble drive. In…

The Naturalist Fabre Observes the Scorpions’ Dance of Death by Peter Huggins

The male approaches the female with caution. He wants to mate with her not serve as prey. If she accepts him, then he grasps her claws With his and they parade for hours. Sometimes the male ends this display as dinner, But not until…