Saturday, December 13, 2003

I Love You and I’m In Love With You

Ivy that relies on the consideration
         of smoke and transit, and then the
                  mute passage of children in a wagon

Wherever the pigeons land we’ll walk
streets clear of caseloads and handgrips
hours all but finished of light

elevated by the loss of weight and day

This appendectomy of the
         playground, cold steel and
                  hardened plastics, constant

motion of limbs, muscles and tendencies
not yet brokered into dull habit

Something of hand in all this
                  something of a hand forgot
                            to pay rent, so the lights

are dimming on the causeway

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