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 Fathom 1987

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Poetry

Paul Keen (2)
Paula Alexiadis
Alex Gigeroff
Nicholas Strachan (3)
Joe Blades (6)
Kathy Mac (5)
Jesse Tremaine
Gina M. Beaton (2)
Roy W. McLean (2)
Stephanie Stewart
Simonetta Lanzi
John Blackmore
Robin Sarafinchan
Paul Doucette
Lisa Wentzell

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Robin Sarafinchan

 

 

Remembering a Few Warm Nights

I watched you with mine eyes,
your hair like burnished gold
catching the last strains of the day.

I am an exile
from the wonderland
I once knew.

A wall as sure and strong
as stone and steel
has come between us.

All the wanting still remains,
but I cannot reach out my hand
and touch your firm, strong flesh
and you will not reach for me.

I must wait
I cannot do otherwise.
 
The memory of your
every kiss
every touch
lingers insistently in my mind,

Apart, I am just a shadow
slipping into doorways.

It will be like this forever

I must wait
I cannot do otherwise


I watched you sleeping last night,
your face a mass of shadows
your hair a tangled graveyard for my dreams,

A thousand times
I reached out to touch you

but stopped
stopped short.

 

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