Another poem in Sliver of Stone


Heading Home in a Storm

                                              Jagged rage flicks overhead,
                              grumbles in primeval throat.
                                              Maddened cloaks of sea green
                                                         shroud tunnels of tall corn.
                                             Truck headlights skitter over
                             splintered cottonwood sentries.
                         You look back at rosy sunset,

                                     then grind clutch,
                                                      spit gravel.


This poem is included in Issue 1 of Sliver of Stone, an online journal produced by the MFA students at Florida International University. Vist the site:  Sorry, I guess you need to pay to view the online issues.




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