James Jarrett

Freshman - 552 Points (1963 / California)

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Currently an artist living in California. Poetry is my sideline. I like to write about anything that comes to mind. more »

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A Poem For Carol

Sometimes I wonder in the dark still of night
About you laying cold and white

In sleeps repose, gowned yet dead
A shroud of pills about your head

Your debt to asclepius surely paid
Upon that bed so neatly made

You asked of me a simple task
Not much at all to really ask

Not money nor power, not even wine
Just a moment of my time

To read you a poem

I wonder sometimes in dark the still of night

If I had read you the poem

would it have mattered

Dedicated to Carol who kept shop at the withlapoka community store

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