Melancholy Hyperbole

Poetry about longing.

Tag Archive for ‘Craig M. Workman’

Slipping Out for Delia

Slipping out and under Osawatomie, Kansas Eighth Street Bridge in my rust-bound pirogue and transistor radio While my shitty fish stink pickup and my truck sinks in aluminum can and plastic bag silt Onto the Marais Des Cygnes on the river to snag muscular, bottom-sucking pinks and whites To bring prehistoric swimmers to McClatchy the fish restaurant guy in Louisburg for customers To spend fish-money on daughter’s return sweet Delia […]

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