Quantum Leap: by Lee Elsesser

This poem in its written form has disappeared. If you want to know why, click HERE.

To hear Lee Elsesser’s reading of this poem, click on the player below:

To hear Lee Elsesser’s reading of his poem “Distant Signal” from IPM 2012, click HERE.

All rights reserved Fort Worth, Texas 2013

By bonniemcclellan

Mother, poet, american ex-pat from Texas living in Northern Italy.


  1. I can relate to your theme here on a couple of fronts, Lee. One front of returning to a town in Canada, 30 years after I grew up in it, and finding it much like I’d left it, except for me (and the city around it). The other of writing a letter a week ago to the NSW Office of Environment asking if I could camp on the same (formative/reformative) place I camped on close to 30 years ago, and being politely told No.

    But besides that, it’s more than a theme. It’s a cool poem! I can relate to that too.

  2. My Facebook post: Carol Aldenhoven McKay
    Sorting hundred of photos and letters of last 70 years as well as those of our ancestors…
    so much joy, tenderness, regret, love. All this feelings summed up for me in a new poem by old our friend and my colleague, Lee Elsseser. Listen in Lee’s beautiful voice.

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