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The Mantis

She stands a watch that none can imitate; the sentinel of orchard sprig and vine, In perfect stillness solemnly her wait thwarts impatient passing of the time.   One hollows at the shimmer of her eyes that, mounted in her … Continue reading

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The Mime

Written April 4th, 2001, this poem attempts to make a mockery of the loathesome mime. Pausing stride on a downtown walk at a long-obtrusive gesture; pitch leotards caressing manly thighs, carrying lank torso, spindly protrusions flailing as arms (as they … Continue reading

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