Joe Duvernay

(Frazier Park, California)

Shee - Poem by Joe Duvernay

Two members move up
Die cast
Shee obtains
Righted permit(s)
Contained in the satchel captured
Among slight careen-crass
Spend-if-you-will-in-days-scattering
a-lot!-we us see the way it might
seen in there yelling
room a-morphed way from
keen scent women sent
sea of gallon grass and sweep-weed
a friend caught some wilder chatter
feeling skin flat offer, off her
wheel the last days light a brillance
shown
It's always that way with her
Every other allows consumer
Milder-rain fulfillments through window
Factly preen it spent a fortune
She not.

Copyright 2002 Joe Duvernay. All rights reserved.


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 4, 2003



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