Joseph Narusiewicz

Bronze Star - 2,249 Points (9/29/50 / So St Paul, Minnesota)

Joseph Narusiewicz Poems

761. Teddy Bear 1/22/2014
762. Temptation 11/18/2011
763. Tenderness 11/18/2011
764. Terms Of Endearment 12/16/2011
765. Thank God 9/6/2012
766. Thank You 12/22/2011
767. The 1% 7/10/2012
768. The 47% Mitt Romney Calls Welfare Slobs 9/18/2012
769. The Big They 11/27/2011
770. The Brave 10/11/2013
771. The City Is A Poet 9/15/2012
772. The Coming Wars 4/7/2014
773. The Dead Dance 12/1/2011
774. The Dead Follow Every Wind 12/19/2011
775. The Evil Over There 12/22/2011
776. The Future 10/17/2012
777. The Genocide 3/11/2014
778. The Good Girl 12/2/2011
779. The Good Thief 5/26/2013
780. The Hypocrite 4/26/2012
781. The Journey 12/2/2011
782. The Land Is Bleeding 11/30/2011
783. The Leeches 11/16/2011
784. The Lonely 11/22/2011
785. The Lost 10/24/2013
786. The Mission 4/21/2014
787. The Mountain Quakes 10/12/2014
788. The New Cathedral 4/16/2015
789. The New Widow 11/17/2011
790. The Only Good Ending 6/22/2014
791. The Other Side 12/6/2014
792. The Other World 4/23/2013
793. The Otherside 12/6/2011
794. The Present Tense 11/27/2011
795. The Rain 3/3/2012
796. The Revolution Is A Whore 12/22/2011
797. The Ripe Fields 11/21/2011
798. The Skunks 6/9/2012
799. The Stage 12/6/2011
800. The Stars Of Home 11/24/2011
Best Poem of Joseph Narusiewicz

Papaya Dreams

Her flowered scarf is old
She is the fishing village
Open market by the banyan tree
Recluse on an island of peace
No Gauguin and his syphilis
Ideals of Rembrandt’s jewels
Salads of organic gardens
Alaskan mountains
I hear the rain
Fragrance of grass
Purity of a cotton shirt
Violet and lilacs
Walk the road to town
No clocks
Wood bowls and spoons
The breeze from the sea

Nap on a hammock
Wicker hats
Lanterns and candles
A game of cards
Swimming
Waves and the tide
A storm
The wind
Lovers are ancient beads
Moonlight on...

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She Loves Sex

Dice on a surreal table
Seventy languages thundering
The dream is warm with little rabbits
Fields to run in
Stars with no graves
Forests out the car window
Dwarfs and the elephant man
Your father doesn’t visit
The lover mother on my quilt

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