Monthly Archives: March 2014

Thatch

Bukowsky’s rain was about money All soggy but no bread at rain’s end In van Gogh’s painted yellow light And rainbow that held God’s smile At which end , girls were not sure. For seven days and seven nights Our … Continue reading

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Hail

Why this hail , a silk curtain between A cloud and sun, winter and summer When it might spring yellow flowers In backyard, brittle wings sprouting Asks a bell in its whistles,its murmur A side protest at the lack of … Continue reading

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