Cyndi K. Gacosta

Freshman - 940 Points [The Slug Poet] (San Diego, CA)

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The Peace Village (Kijong-Dong)

On the road to Peace Village
are fields and fields of mines
concealed in untouched forestry,
hedged in by barbed fences,
with blood on leaves of poplar trees
and there's a bridge linking South to North,
and cross it there's no return,
no turning back but looking forward,
looking towards that quiet village
of vacant shells and barren streets,
looking up to that heavy, tragic flag
of the North where no wind, no breath
could lift its weight, and so it remains
in a lifeless and mindless state.

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Memory About A Girl

A memory housed in alcoves
Like jeroboams of champagne
Weightless in her steps –tip toe
On crooked toes, a Russian ballerina
Paprika, cinnamon, and ginger
With a drop of lemon dew
Three savory syllables of a name
Brought to my parched lips, tasted
On a bed of buds for summer’s play
Like two icebergs in paradise

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