Thomas Lux

(1946 / Northampton, Massachusetts)

A Kiss - Poem by Thomas Lux

One wave falling forward meets another wave falling
forward. Well-water,
hand-hauled, mineral, cool, could be
a kiss, or pastures
fiery green after rain, before
the grazers. The kiss -- like a shoal of fish whipped
one way, another way, like the fever dreams
of a million monkeys -- the kiss
carry me -- closer than your carotid artery -- to you.


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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 13, 2003



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