BRACKISH WATERS • by Crawford Hart

 

Life turns 
cagey here, crossing 



boundaries

like a whore whispering
her love

 


Crawford Hart
is a digital image retoucher and 3d artist by trade, writer by choice. He’s published some poems, but scarcely enough to make a fuss over.  

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Posted on May 15, 2010 in Other
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  • http://potpourrisachet.blogspot.com/ Roberta SchulbergGoro

    Interesting phrase and image.

  • John Lowry

    Wonderful economy makes this piece fresh

  • John Brooke

    Five moving lines, the beginnings, middle or ending of a poem.

  • Joan Ryder

    I like the spacing. Very thought-provoking!

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