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(These are excerpts—click on the titles to view the complete poems)
— Word Poems
Poems containing the words name, domestic, nothing, and summon.
Three Poems (Spotlight Runner-Up!)
Route 82, where we have come
to rest for one night among slopes made
by a god in love with hips and thighs.
I spit honey and blood, I am filled with a strange vibration.
My limbs dance wildly without restraint.
Egg white clouds drift the clear blue sky,
while you and I drag kites through the cold winter's air
Don G. Morgan
(excerpt from a love letter) 2/15/2015
there was something important that I meant to write down,
some perfect words that were like an incantation for beauty
I could hear her thinking,
they'll be grown before you know it,
Michael, it all happens so fast.
After slogs through rain and sweat, today is better than a peanut butter cup
>Like any other imperfection, it has a circumference
She can thank
I see you outside my window like a shout
heard from a moving train
The river is a filament of silk,
mountains cryptic scrawls,
oceans no more than one ice crystal