Pilgrim published poetry 

Timothy Pilgrim's accepted and published poems -- 409 of them, each accompanied by a photo or photo-illustration, most of them Pilgrim's too -- are linked below.

Pilgrim poems published or accepted in 2017 (52 of them in 2017 -- 3 so far in 2018) include the likes of "Miasma," "Beginning of forgetting," "Several supple weasels," "Montana condolences, of a kind," "Cairnly power," "Almost," "Existential diagram," "Migratory text," "Montana planting," "Who's counting," "No absolution," "No release," "Call waiting," "Storm," "Not biting," "Sweet peace," "Executive orders," "Still glow," "Cairn" and "Homeless night watchman."

Republication of "Ken Burns Effect" (in Harbinger Asylum) and "Summer maid" (forthcoming in a Carnival Literary Magazine print anthology of its best poems) and "Breathing snow" and "This being America, there were patriots present" (accepted by Poetry Pacific) are also under way.

Four poems -- "After the falls" and "Half lithe," published by Prole Press in the U.K., "Full of yourself" and "Summer hymn," published by Red River Review -- are now available in 2016 and 2017 below as the "no-posting time period" required by the journals has passed.

Good bets from 2016 include "Past tents," "Light found to have weight," "Vacuuming around the dead," "War memorial" "Homage," "Silenced night" and "Revolutions."

From 2015, try "Mapping water," "Out of Missoula" and "Tent not taken." 

From prior years, choose "Breathing snow," "Chicken," "Ken Burns effect," "300 streams of memory," "At the Nez Perce camp with Spirit Woman," "Vacuuming your cat," "Destined to rhyme," "Seduced by metaphor,"  "Ruling out indictment," "Angle of repose" and even Pilgrim's first poem, "The woods near our home."

Three poems -- one published by Black Fox Literary Magazine and the other two accepted by Red River Review -- cannot be available here for a time (under publication rules specified by the journals). Check for those poems here later!

(copyrighted Carolyn Dale photo: Timothy Pilgrim on Blackcomb Mountain, B.C.)