Fujiwara no Okikaze

Where I never left now intersects where I never was.
Who is left that really knows me?
The city is a dream of recognizing strangers.
I look at every face on the subway.

Steven Turrill is the author of five books of poetry and the editor of Pine Peak Press. He lives in Los Angeles, CA. You can find him on Instagram and Twitter: @turrillsteven.

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2 Responses to Fujiwara no Okikaze

  1. L.K. Latham says:

    I like this, and it made me think: With all the “stay at home” we’re doing, there are so many new strangers out there.

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