-STAFF TRAINER, TEACHER COACH, CURRICULUM AND PROGRAM DESIGNER, AUTHOR-
September 2, 2018
Empty shelves bar the rainbow
Summer sent to bed.
I licked bell jars’ jagged edges
‘til tomato salted scars formed across my head.
A busted out window
In toothless smile said, “Please.”
As lightly dusted curtains
Wavered in the breeze.
I raised a hand to shade the sun
Under a roof that once had been
And with cracking plasters’ thumb
Peeled the wallpaper thin.
Halls and walls walk away
From the fever inspired dead
I tucked skies between money’s layers
‘til dream dusted patchwork covered stomachs left unfed.
Footsteps echo once boys comings
Slipped down weathered stones
I grayed the frame by my own hair
‘til bladed prairie fixed the wave of assorted party chairs.
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