Bruce D. Simmons

(Worchester, Massachusetts)

Nasty Knuckles - Poem by Bruce D. Simmons

Gnawing looks in
grieving consultation
the happiness
or our abodes keeps
oneself
from
abide by the
rules with wassock
contentions




Curling The Curls


Milking the substance
at flat plain in
respect
gives oneself a abomination
of florid
complexion
convey in misconstrue
guided
reconstruction


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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