William Carlos Williams
Arrival - Poem by William Carlos Williams
And yet one arrives somehow,
finds himself loosening the hooks of
in a strange bedroom--
feels the autumn
dropping its silk and linen leaves
about her ankles.
The tawdry veined body emerges
twisted upon itself
like a winter wind . . . !
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