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UNTITLED #6

The bent man

sassafras walking stick;

dry heat.

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BREAD

Asking my Father

for crumbs

Receiving barley bread

BLUE SKIES

squirrels 

circling like eagles

in blue skies

FAREWELL

FAREWELL TO THIS WORLD

MARIGOLDS LEFT BEHIND

ETERNITY

Sometimes in the middle of the night

when a small candle is the only light, I remember

you in my arms and thank whatever gods

may be that you are safe beyond the crystal sea

and are waiting there for me

on the shores of Eternity.

SWELTERING HEAT

In red shorts and a white cotton bra,

Mama smoked cigarettes, talking

on the phone until Daddy got home.


Biographical

WHAT WAS

In his cold lonely room the aged pianist

ate crackers, drank water from an old tin cup,

listened to Dvorac, Lischt, and Wagner.

Retiring for bed, he dressed in red flannel underwear

dreamed of her, lay down upon his pillow, and

wet it down with tears.

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