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Tim Cremin

Tim Cremin

Born: August 04 1957 in Lowell, Massachusetts, USA
Resides: Andover, Massachusetts, USA
E-mail: tim (dot) cremin (at) comcast (dot) net

Tim Cremin is the author of the poetry chapbook The Way You Run in Dreams, published by Finishing Line Press, 2017. His work has appeared in several leading haiku journals, including Bottle Rockets, Frogpond, Mayfly, and Modern Haiku. Tim’s poetry has also appeared in Albatross, Forge, Pennsylvania English, Poetry Pacific, Soundings East, and other publications. He is a member of the Grey Court Poets (a community poetry group based in Massachusetts) and several of his poems are included in their anthology, Songs from the Castle’s Remains. Tim was also involved in the creation of Soulmates: A Union of Visual Arts and Poetry, published by the Arts Institute Group of the Merrimack Valley and the Grey Court Poets.

Books Published: The Way You Run in Dreams, Finishing Line Press, 2017, USA.

Selected Work
 
last night’s rain
cupped in the palms
of fallen oak leaves
 
snow flakes
a cone of silence
under the streetlight
 
 
 
muddy ditch
forsythia spilling over
the stone wall
 
night rain
frogs hop across
headlight beams
 
 
 
night chills
birdbath full
of moon
 
 
 

Credits:

“last night’s rain” – Frogpond Vol. 42.3, Autumn 2019; “snow flakes“ – Mayfly #68, Winter 2020; “muddy ditch“ – Modern Haiku Vol. 51.1, Winter-Spring 2020; “night rain“ – bottle rockets #42, Feb. 2020; “night chills“ – bottle rockets #43, to be published August 2020.

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