Pilgrim unpublished poetry


Pilgrim's latest poems that have not yet found a home are linked below.

For earlier work, explore  Pilgrim older unpublished poems.

Some of Pilgrim's most recent poems include "Who's counting," "Letter from Judith Gap," "Intensely dead," "Almost," "I love her more," "Intertwined whisks," "No release," "No terminal moraine," "First sign of wind," "No absolution" "Existential diagram" and "Cairnly power."

Those a bit older include the likes of "Fling" and "Snuffed."

Poems written with the past few months include those such as "Nubile, according to Google," "Flat-line" and "Charred, creamed, creped."

This list will keep changing as even newer poems -- or, sometimes, newer versions of older poems -- are added. Of course, poems sometimes are re-titled, and some of those below depart to the published list!

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