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A chapbook of poems (sample below)
Apollo and Daphne
Separate we sit on the stone
a lizard below flashing green and gray
the sleek soft body coiled in fear
or hatred or worse. Monuments surround us.
The horizon ruptures, up, up
it floats and hangs through the moss
mislaid dreams of a fruitful season
our own bodies sleek and soft and coiled.
I see you now clear and separate
fading fingers fine-strung in moss
and behind you the radish slice moon
all beauty and light and bitter ash.
Enjoy the chapbook! Write a brief Amazon review when you’re finished!
Especially like your last line – very lovely.
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Thank you, JT. Feedback always helps on which details work 🙂 Gary