The Open Kimono
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The Open Kimono

Poetry Month

Poetry Month 2022 Comes to an End

As did this unfortunate affair

Image by israelbest from Pixabay

Morning’s transition sneaked under that space between floor and door
lights danced on the ceiling as echos of fireworks from night before

Reflections of a lady and a lake merged in pane
merged in bed as one partner melted into other
fluid tones of deep desires and…

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Carolyn F. Chryst, Ph.D.

Carolyn F. Chryst, Ph.D.

Has had an eclectic life — Waitress, Actress, Zoo Curator, Story Teller, Poet, Exhibit Designer, Writer, Farmer and Educator.

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