Nancy L'enz Hogan

(Lakewood, Ohio)

Playhouse, Played Out - Poem by Nancy L'enz Hogan

A box, balcony designed by Flap
cardboard colored
cutouts for windows
Use the rusted trusty crusted knife to make more doors
Home Sweet Home
caught by a running bus and crushed
Why should there be sirens?


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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