Tag Archives: Gabrielle Langley

Poet’s Bio: Fragments

“What do you want?!!! Go play with your brother!!!” My mother was a fashion model. I was born in Houston, 1961. Once, I painted Easter eggs with my mother. She used to put me to bed with a poem. (Today … Continue reading

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Paris

La Basilique du Sacré Cœur How do you keep her secrets? She wraps the Seine around her waist a pale blue sash sewn with a silver thread a thin silk dress her long legs stretch the length of Haussmann’s boulevards. … Continue reading

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