Gregory Luce


An anthill has a floor
and a hole in the top
a beehive the same
only in reverse
yet there is an inexhaustible
supply of ants and bees.
A river begins in a glacier
or spring and ends
in the ocean
but the river never
ceases flowing.
In finite things
the infinite.

Gregory Luce is the author of the chapbook Signs of Small Grace (forthcoming from Pudding House). His poems have appeared in numerous print and online journals, including Kansas Quarterly, New Laurel Review, Rikka (Canada), Iron (UK), Ochlockonee Review, Cimarron Review, Shades of Gray, Dancing Shadows Review, Link, Innisfree Poetry Review, If, The Scrambler, Rattlesnake Review, Pear Noir, and in the anthology Living in Storms (Eastern Washington University Press, January 2008. He lives in Washington, D.C. where he works as Production Specialist for the National Geographic Society.

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