Max Reif (1948 / OVER 400 POEMS SERVED! !)
(..................14sept2) Portrait: Two Men
The two men
walk together like overgrown boys,
a jaunty humor jingling between them.
One of them dwarfs the other.
The smaller, compact man
carries a rolled up blueprint
under his arm.
The other is big and athletic.
Are they brothers?
The are like octaves of the same song,
point counterpoint, music
walking nonchalantly along.
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