Laura Lee (Davis) Snyder

Rookie (July 17,1950 / Tacoma, WA)

Insomnia - Poem by Laura Lee (Davis) Snyder

They got that statue all wrong,
the one of Atlas, boulder of the world
on his shoulder. I know.

Zeus set the dome of sky
upon his head. He bore it
staggering
under the whole dark gravity.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, November 6, 2005



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