Joan Xie

Veteran Poet - 1,751 Points (Shanghai, China)

Yesterday O Yesterday - Poem by Joan Xie

Lost in Liverpool
A ravened cloud enveloped two

I accused you of making a wrong detour
You blamed me for misreading of the signal

On the radio, the grass is greener
Finding its way to count a spring banner

So you can take your Laguiole knife, Dupont light
And bronzed cock and all reminiscences

But you must give me the Beatles record
And peony pillow and paddle to Heaven

Suddenly we arrived at St. Peter's
Where John met Paul in Nineteen Fifty-Seven

Yesterday O yesterday
Love was such an easy game to play

Topic(s) of this poem: love, music, spring

Form: Free Verse

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 1, 2019

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