Shaye Anderson


Shaye Anderson Poems

1. Your Mother 5/31/2011
2. Tommy 5/31/2011
3. Smiling 5/31/2011
4. Sugar Knows 'The Regulars' 5/31/2011
5. The Boy Who Now Believes In Jesus 5/31/2011
6. Daffodil Sandwiches 5/31/2011
7. My Internal Monologue Speaks In Tao Lin 5/31/2011
8. Urban Outfitters 5/31/2011
9. Silverware 5/31/2011
10. Blueberry Lover's 5/31/2011
11. The Time Something Almost Happened To You But Didn'T 5/31/2011
12. The Mission 5/31/2011
13. North Of North 5/31/2011
14. Louisiana Weather 5/31/2011
15. Simon's Teeth 5/31/2011
16. Coffee Shop Love 5/31/2011
17. The Nationality Of Maples 5/31/2011

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The Nationality Of Maples

The day we shopped for photosynthesizers
I touched more foliage than fingers
and figured conifers had something to do with Jesus.
I wondered where I’d heard of “hemlock” before,
unable to shake the hold of homophones and heretics.
Neophyte of the kingdom,
I don’t know the Romans from the roamers
and I sure as hell can’t decipher
what a tree calls its mother.

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Simon's Teeth

Simon talked to the girl behind the counter about Jesus and I was afraid,
because ignorance is the most contagious of diseases.
Simon said he was an artist, but more importantly,
a Christian.
And I don’t know why there has to be such a difference.
But there is.

And I’m wearing the five-dollar sweatshirt that means so much more to me.
Teal and orange and white,

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