touch us gently, please
i wish for bread to fill an angel’s evening
this moment feels charmed
you shared your need like a quiet dance
devote a thousand words to
ask a promise I can never keep
Specks and Fragments/The Elusive Trope
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16 thoughts on “a charmed moment (20161105)”
I love it.
Really enjoyed this!
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Wow. This is really lovely.
Thank you! I was surprised at how this one really hung together.
Really lovely. A charmed moment indeed.
angels do love themselves some bread 🙂
They ignore the warning about not filling up on it.
it’s wonderfully stated. did you debate about where to put the two-line stanza? i like it where it is, but am not sure why.
It just kind of went there. If I were to tweak it now I’d put please on a line by itself and drop the comma. More ambiguous.
ah, yes, i can see that. thanks for replying. it’s interesting and helpful for me to know why a poet has made certain decisions.
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Thank you, my friend.
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