John Walls (10-15-73 / Earth)
The Song of a Statue
A lone baritone balladeeer beneath the Battersea Bridge,
Sings out a sonnet for the Madonna.
Big Ben chimes, he becomes locked in Lover's time,
As his copper-skin is wrapped in night and the cold armor of patina.
c.2009 John Carroll Walls
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