Harumi Taniguchi

(Los Angeles, California)

Forgotten - Poem by Harumi Taniguchi

Across the plains
Where the sky seems low,
Dust blows in sheets
Across two mounds.

Tattooed, pinpoint
Beads of sand
Whiplash the epithets.

Unclaimed and forgotten
A decade or more,
Two prairie flowers

Over two mounds
Where the sky seems low,
Dust blows in sheets;
Tumble weeds roll.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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