CHARLES ENTREKIN : Exile's Dream
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CHARLES ENTREKIN
Exile's Dream
Here, in the humid momentary heat of summer's solstice I find my shadow self, and passion; throw off old cancer's green claim, dream, begin to be whole again. Yes, night moves inside me, and I can set the stars in place. In my tremor's pulse my hands know of themselves what they are doing. Here, pink flowers speak to me by name. They open a valve in their soft petalled mouths, whisper secrets of abandon, and singing, and yes, even in my fingers and toes a new feeling is rising, an insistent urging sharply infused from below, a dark stem-colored flow.
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