Clint Gray

(Ottumwa, Iowa)

Half Of A Light - Poem by Clint Gray

Street lights indoors
A carpet full of pictures
Street fights outdoors
A pavement full of nightmares

Cares lost in
A lobby of symmetry
Autumn holidays
A dance of whispers and gold

Distance not measured
A mile or a thought
Saturday night and nothing
To each half of a light

Little winds sting
A medicine made for words
Prayers over burgundy
Sins in the moonlight

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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