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A Ronsard Rose

Black shades sky as a cool breeze Spills flesh-pink seeds Into the mouth of a pond Yellow yields to the drowning dawn As the complexion of a Ronsard rose Decomposes slivers of orange and lavender Serena Wilcox is the poetry … Continue reading

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Kenya

I stumbled upon your coming when I was a lost village Your breath still lingers over my lips The salve from your wisdom was distilled liquor Made of honey and fruit from the sausage tree Banished to exist in sand, … Continue reading

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