Signals - Poem by Carolynn Shaw
Spring breeze shakes lose
Ash seed. I spiral into
their dance of disconnection.
Sheets hung on a thin line,
billow in the wind. A white
cloth waves from the pine,
like a flag of surrender.
I think of you Judah – a
Pale presence behind me.
Your eyes like riverbeds,
filled with secrets – with
the coming and going of shadows.
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