Chicano Poet

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

For A Lost Love

The ravished rings
she once called siroccos,

lumps of which
made a stand on the slope,

moss not growing on grace,
the empty feeling of pigeons

which grates on God (him, too?)
and the tiny ache of hell,

now that it’s all over,
accounts for frost.


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