Steven Buckley

Rookie (1-14-1980 / Detroit)

The Man Who Breathed A Tune - Poem by Steven Buckley

The man who breathed a tune
In the corner of the commons
Moved his hands deftly across
His face
Signing his thoughts
He speaks in tunes
Grunge connoisseur
I grapple for words
Thin air
He huffs and puffs
He will leave the wind silent
But come back later on and on

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 19, 2004

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