Pilgrim poetry -- 2017



For 2017, Pilgrim has 48 poems accepted or published by early November.

"No day to be named after a uvula," "Cairnly power," "Almost," "Existential diagram," "Montana harvest," "Who's counting, "No absolution," "First sign of wind," "No release," "Call waiting," "Storm," "Not biting," "No more robbery," "Sweet peace," "Executive orders," "Still glow," "Viral in Norway," "Read-out," "Ravel," "Books on the way out" and "Cairn" are among the most recent.

Two poems -- "Full of yourself" and "Summer hymn," published by Red River Review  -- are now available below after having completed the "no-posting time period" required by the journal.

Four other poems, "Summer maid" (being used again by Carnival Literary Magazine in a forthcoming anthology of its best work), "Ken Burns Effect" (accepted by Harbinger Asylum) and "Breathing snow" and "This being America, there were patriots present" (accepted by Poetry Pacific), are being republished.

One poem -- "Gone to rubble," accepted by Black Fox Literary Magazine -- cannot be available here for a time (under publication rules specified by the journal). Check for it later!  Also, "War memorial," accepted in 2016 by War, Literature & the Arts, has been published and is listed below.



   (copyrighted Carolyn Dale photo of Timothy Pilgrim and gray jays on Blackcomb Mountain, B.C.)