Saskia Hamilton


The Song In The Dream - Poem by Saskia Hamilton

The song itself had hinges. The clasp on the eighteenth-century Bible
had hinges, which creaked; when you released the catch,
the book would sigh and expand.

The song was of two wholes joined by hinges,
and I was worried about the joining, the spaces in between
the joints, the weight of each side straining them.


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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 20, 2003



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