Nancy L'enz Hogan

(Lakewood, Ohio)

The Red Planet - Poem by Nancy L'enz Hogan

Pouring from out blue vessels
the rich red steaming wine
streams into the porous ground
the soil receives the seeds of
sorrow
As dust blows away
as mud goes to clay
raw dough rises...
warm bread in the sun
uniformly sliced
tomorrow and tomorrow


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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