And with one look back, / as if to say, Is it okay to go in now? / or maybe to declare it, Yes!
No Ducat, No Penny I shall eat nothing but Bananas today and pumpkin pie from Trader Joe’s and the sky beyond the Hilton across The street tells me such is so All the old American movies (Turner Classics) are about tension love and the Women are more tempting more powerful than Women today. They, [...]
She, Tangent Oh, she of brown suede boots (There are so many of them) Like sacred clouds obscuring quarter moons. I would have her and her and her, Like Caliban or a tiger, Whistling songs—me, Now a lonely worker of miracles. They wear black miniskirts, Taunting the hearts of boys— Alone, desperate, deserted and [...]
Interval I write stilted poetry As I wait for you on this lonesome Wednesday, Remembering that you looked at me in a night Across a table at Starbucks café. I would love a minstrel Who plays banjo in a funked-down, traveling, southern band. I am brimming. I want chocolate But cannot in today’s opaque [...]