Alicia Patti

Rookie (Boston, MA)

Alicia Patti Poems

1. Where Life Began 1/23/2007
2. Muses Nine 1/29/2007
3. Vino Rosso 2/4/2007
4. Vineyards In The Distance 2/5/2007
5. Gangs 2/9/2007
6. The Last Refrain 2/12/2007
7. Crows 3/1/2007
8. Raven Kings 3/2/2007
9. Mirabile Dictu 3/2/2007
10. Circus 3/17/2007
11. Venetian Serenade 3/22/2007
12. Signing 4/8/2007
13. Nostalgia In F Minor 4/8/2007
14. Common Time 4/8/2007
15. Ellis Island Elegy 4/8/2007
16. The Gardener 4/8/2007
17. The Wedding Picture 4/8/2007
18. The Messenger 4/8/2007
19. Mother Mine 5/3/2008
20. Here Come The Clowns 5/3/2008
21. Sicilian Revenge 5/3/2008
22. Ariamia 5/7/2008
23. Parmesan Days 2/6/2007
24. Lingua Franca 2/17/2007
25. At The Flower Market 3/2/2007
26. Tarot Reading 4/8/2007
27. On The Way To Sicily (Prose Poem) 5/3/2008
28. Abduction 2/28/2007
29. Branded 2/25/2007
30. Viva L’america! 5/4/2008
31. Encounter 2/17/2007
32. Memories Of Childhood 1/25/2007
33. Committed 2/3/2007
34. Family Reunion 1/21/2007
35. Deja Vu 2/8/2007
36. Accused 2/17/2007
37. Misery 2/22/2007
38. Bird Song 5/4/2008
39. Departed 2/6/2007
40. A Day At The Beach 3/16/2007
Best Poem of Alicia Patti

Books

My favorite bookmark
smells of cherry wood;
each time I read, its smell
compels me to proceed.
Sometimes the words themselves
take on the cloying scent,
each page a trip to other worlds, where
adventures wait and beckon me.

I bask in their exotic spices,
the candied plums of each enchanting land.
Golden days and warm Sicilian
nights caress me tenderly.
And now I see the vineyards of Tuscany!

Amid these colorful bazaars,
with their amazing images,
their heady scents of frankincense
and cherry wine, my head
begins to swim from...

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Muses Nine

I wander through these woods alone
at night, when all the world is still
and not a light to guide me.
To my left, careening cliffs of tangle
weed; my right bears brooding
wisps of winter trees.
Surrounded by the mist, I long for home
as one would long for shooting stars
to melt the frozen snow and dare the fires

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