John O'Malley

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Born in Cincinnati. Began writing poetry while in US Navy. Live in Southern California.
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St. Joan's Sword In Late Afternoon Sun
On the way to work each morning you walk by her:
in green grass, face upward, horseless and bronze-armored.

Not once has she glimpsed at your office building
The Spring Afternoon (For G.G.)
Riding boots on
You came forward in the manner of sorrow

At my window
In Rio De Janiero (For Maria)
After my guide said chao,
I waited to see you again.
Beyond the Atlantic's pale blue,
Night World
On silver wing, a rainbow word
Soars above one dream of yours

This word of bent light is made
To An Unnamed Flower
Here, look at this moon:
See it walk through Beijing, pass a blood red palace,
Dip into white jade petals.
Together I bring you two


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