William F Dougherty
Red Rain Keeps Plopping - Poem by William F Dougherty
(W. C. Williams v. Wallace Stevens)
on rubbing Plato's nose
in glazed materiality:
red wheel barrow,
white chickens in rain—
Plums, cold and sweet,
fat, plunked fatuities,
boink from the blue guitar.
A harmonium harrumphs,
wheezes and tweets
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