Francie Lynch


Gated Community - Poem by Francie Lynch

You have lingered long
At the community gate;
Rubbing yellow fingers
Stained by oxidized
Wrought iron.
Marble arms became
The new paradigm,
The temple curtains tore
And the tabernacle light
Flickered in the breeze.
I stood beside you
In the humidity
As memory divided,
And the dance of the veils
Covered you.
I offered my head
As a replacement
For your old photos
Pressed between
The pages of
Genesis and Exodus.

Topic(s) of this poem: aging


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 7, 2015



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