Poetry Pause: Harry Posner — Still be still be still be

Poet name: Harry Posner Poem title: Still be still be still be Poem: Still be still be still be Calm or calm or calm or Pla cid oh pla cid oh pla cid oh Re lax re lax re lax re Ding for pleasure Ding for dinner Ring for treasure The pleasure of your Company your tympani Your thrum drum not Hum drum you’re some fun You are we are when we are To gather our each our sweet Peach the reach of fresh flesh Enmeshed arms legs held Melded melted to gather in the cool pool so still be still be still be still my beat ing heart End of poem. Credits: Copyright © Harry Posner Appears in the 2019 Poem In Your Pocket collection from the League of Canadian Poets A member of Words Aloud poetry collective, the Headwaters Writers Guild, Writers Ink Alton, and Associate Member of the League of Canadian Poets, Harry Posner is the author of six books, including poetry, novels and short stories, and he has produced several spoken word CDs. He is currently Dufferin County’s first Poet Laureate.