Jacqueline Lewchanin

(Fairland, Indiana, USA)

Memory Poem - Poem by Jacqueline Lewchanin

Living with mother
Once more.
Shoulder purse,
Pretty gift.
Scoth terrier
From the past
By my hand
Above the clasp.
Angry mother
Broken back
Packed in ice
Scars to last.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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