THE POET BY DAY

Daily Archives: June 22, 2017

over the woman’s left shoulder your breath hummed a background dirge… for the echo of her lonely feet plodding the snow-covered streets to St. Elizabeth’s Hospital, dripping shame with her broken water while you wed another in the Byzantine manner No used-goods for you though you were the user The child born saw the mote in your eye growing like Pinocchio’s nose when, as kin to a secret vice, you kept her in… Read More