A video of my mother, Adrianne Marcus reading her poem "The Resurrection of Trotsky" in Ventura, CA appears on YouTube.
The Dublin Writers Workshop has a few of Adrianne's poems on their online magazine Electric Acorn 10
The Absinthe Literary Review from Summer 2001.
From her book, Magritte's Stones:
La Legende des Siecles
A stone table has less thought than an ordinary (wood) table. —Rene Magritte
A chair on a chair. And no table in sight. This is the meal
Of the uneaten. We are waiting for the table to be set, for
The roast to release its hearty juices, for the vegetables to
Shine in all their oranges and reds. There are dark shadows
On the legs of the chair. Perhaps the cat is waiting there
For scraps. And at each corner of the table, a dog lies,
Perfectly still, looking up at its owners. Now there are four dogs.
Now there are three, but the absent one is always there, patient,
Unspeaking, and the owners who are owned themselves
Smile at the corner, and wait for the meal to end.