Wordsilk, by pd lyons as published by vox poetica


Wordsilk

reminding me of words like
border line
crescent coyote
ancient timbers
polished smooth as kisses
paradise
abandoned eyes of shipwrecked sailors
myriad pin prick suns
flightless birds
something Spanish that you said along a twilight turquoise
Ishmael to Ishmael
all the nights we’ve ever known
not bothering the quiet.

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Published by vox poetica ,Contributor Series 6: A Currency of Words,  September 2010 – Thank you Annmarie Lockhart. This was to be the first of several pieces that vox poetica was kind enough to publish. You can hear Annmarie read it via link bellow .

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=zk691uEzxGc

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