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Friday, 3 October 2014

After 'Longing, Belonging' by Hossein Valamanesh

The dwindling acres from here to there
And the yellow rose darkened
By crushed light
Is reason
Turned ageless within -.

You want to bark at the moon,
Peak perfect
Your upside-down
But - the handicapped

Past century's
On parole
Bumping into
Radio-active isotopes
That frequent

Our field's ill-gotten
Question marks
'Hey, Joe!'

... No. I'll
Make it

©Stefanie Bennett

Stefanie Bennett has published eighteen books of poetry. Of mixed
ancestry [Italian/Irish/Paugussett-Shawnee] she was born in Townsville, Queensland, Australia in 1945.

The New York Times 'The Hague:Bosnia's Trial Nears End' MarliseSimons. (Sept. 29, 2014)

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