Winner of the Dogwood 2014 Poetry Award
even if this is just a list
I want us to hold it all together
Pink nose, little rose
how come you bloom so wide?
I wish the city was like this all the time:
magnolia storm and rainbows
you jigging inside
steam-cooked yolks and the rest of the colors
where went the last of the preserves?
over the winter chimney loss
we will have to make new ones
nettle, green, what to call their springing.
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