AUTUMN SONATA (A LOVE POEM FOR STRANGERS)

I am slip and sleeve-length an evening, undecided, corduroy, the edge of a river, fish net, white, dimpled water; here is my soft, my red, my quick breath, morning’s hi-lites, like a boy in his limber, swimming, a blue curious, one gray shoe on the wet dock. This is tomorrow, fleece, and teal, and trimmedContinue reading “AUTUMN SONATA (A LOVE POEM FOR STRANGERS)”