Shoe Poem by Jayl Morris

Shoe

Rating: 4.5


The place was dark.
dark as night.
The place was filthy to.
filthy as night.
But in the center
in this filthy place
hung a horseshoe.
And it was bent,
Twisted and rusted.
Being an old doghouse,
I wondered what meaning
the display held
for my dog.
So, I asked her.
She is keeping her secret.
Gentlemen do not pry
In these matters.

Friday, July 28, 2017
Topic(s) of this poem: secrets
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
Based upon an antique horseshoe found near a very old public school in Mobile, AL.
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Jazib Kamalvi 29 July 2017

A nice poetic imagination, Jayl. You may like to read my ars poetica named as (Poetic Sense-1) Thanks

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