Pilgrim unpublished poetry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For earlier work, explore  Pilgrim older unpublished poems.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 "No day to be named after a uvula," "Choosing second person," "Letter from Missoula," "Intensely dead," "No more arugment" "No release," "Existential diagram" and "Cairnly power."

Those a bit older include the likes of "Snuffed," "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.)