National Poetry Writing Month (NaPoWriMo) 2013 | Charles Watts
Christ, please save me from this night. Of sordid tasks and boring dreams. I speak of this to my seatmate. On the flight from Albany. To Scottsdale, an accountant. Going to his former wife’s. Fourth wedding. He smiles politely. Looks out the window. At the passing clouds. My word. A poet. I must tell Madge. Alone in the Dark. Come, join me here in the shadows. It is better for seeing Mars and the other planets. Lined up in a row for the only time. From where I stand, in my life. Listen, the wind is whisp...
CW Limited Ed Press | Charles Watts
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