Timothy Pilgrim, Pacific Northwest poet with poems about loss, hope and redemption -- all the while mapping water -- offers a hopeful welcome!
Below, sample a new poem (changed every few weeks).
Pilgrim published poems (linked above too) includes 267 accepted poems, each accompanied by one of Pilgrim's photo.
His poems have been published in several dozen online and print literary journals -- and in anthologies, collections and other publications.
Pilgrim poems can also be found in Poetry Walk: The Second Five Years (Poetry Walk Press), Idaho's Poets: A Centennial Anthology (University of Idaho Press), Tribute to Orpheus II (Kearney Street Books) and Weathered Pages: The Poetry Pole (Blue Begonia Press).
In addition, Chuck Luckmann, Paul Piper and he published Bellingham Poems (2014 by Flying Trout Press, a nonprofit publisher). TThe book is available online at Bellingham Poems -- cover shown below left).
Pilgrim new unpublished poems are available (also linked at the upper right) at Pilgrim new unpublished poetry
His older unpublished poems can be found at Pilgrim older unpublished poems
A chapbook of about 33 Pilgrim poems is being prepared for publication by Flying Trout Press. The book is tentatively titled Mapping water. It's publication will be announced here when the printing process is complete. See the tentative cover below.
Pilgrim also posts mass media educational material and provides links to alternative media voices.
In addition, as emeritus associate professor, Pilgrim offers information about the rich in America getting richer, government lies and propaganda, fake journalism, and a potpourri of media criticism at his Western Washington University site, Timothy Pilgrim -- poet and teacher. Enjoy -- and thanks for visiting!
New Pilgrim poemNibblers Garra rufa fish in a glass tub feed toothless on my bare feet. They nibble bits of dead skinfrom ankles, toes, heels, soles. I fear an evil one, gone piranha bad, will leap clear of water, aim for the chest. Like you, it will rip meopen, devour arteries, veins, ventricles. All heart gone,I will be left with a stent. Timothy Pilgrim
(copyrighted photo by Eugene Dale: Timothy Pilgrim)
Site updated November 2015