morning poem #2, November 29, 2015

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In winter the wrought-iron chairs weigh on the pavement.

Naked and bare skeletons, stripped of the striped cushions

And vines spilling from barrels and pots that marked summer.

 

They are lonely and strange now

And would shiver but for their own weight and rigidity.

 

Copyright 2015

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