Stephanie Eve Kane Arado
Stephanie Eve Kane Arado Poems
- Trucks Once you and I were young Played in sand Gains ...
- Life As A Flower – Sonnet #16 Sprouted green one morning in ...
- Fast Cars – Sonnet #8 Fast cars sleek, sporty, black, red, ...
- Mechanics Love My Car Sonnet #... The Christmas tree has dried...
- Pursing Education – Sonnet #25 Bearded, stooping man pushing ...
- Ballerinas Delight Sonnet #51 Ballet a formulaic, structured ...
- The Eye Glass Poem Furrowed brows Touch lucite ...
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Once you and I were young
Played in sand
Gains clogged and jammed
Big plastic wheels
Rolling over man-made hills
Carved out tunnels and moats
After rain laid buried for days
Wet dense sand
Could only view from the window
The collapse of sandcastle land
Red, green, black, blue
Sometimes I think I see you
Behind the wheel of a truck
Passing them on the road
Mysterious tinted windows
Shield drivers riding high
Wonder if any
Think of the memory
Of endless hours under lapis skies
where children play and trucks still rise