Carmen D. Coronado

(Yonkers, NY)

Hansel - Poem by Carmen D. Coronado

Brown goblins in green shoehorns
Cover your vocabulary,
You laugh jingle bells in dreams,
Your Tenderness extends without limit,
It swings over the waves of the Hudson River,
It flies over Bear Mountains
And deepens in my sleepy hands.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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