Jennifer Juneau


Jennifer Juneau Poems

1. Conclusion Of The Stone Bard 1/21/2008
2. Then It Came To Me 4/8/2008
3. History Lesson 4/8/2008
4. Postcard 1/21/2008
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Postcard

Midnight bells to boom & still
the frayed maid sucking up to the moon,
that nefarious stepmum, a fossil
in limbo, sexually frustrated & envious me youth,

nonetheless stunning. (After all,
she is a woman too.) & I am mirrored in her face
alone & sublunary as I am installed
in this glossy rectangular space:

The Alps, phlegmatic & fuliginous
as death, a comely myth this. No prince to smack
my mouth betimes with sublime superficial kiss

or force glass shoe. White flag in wrack,
bent in beam, I scribe to you. Anyone this.
I, my bony ...

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