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Like a wine glass
tipped over but not broken;
like a cell phone battery in the red
but still working;
like a look that says so much more
than words ever could;
like an over the shoulder
toss of salt to ward off danger;
like a hug held too long
not to be noticed
we sally forth
amid smoke and mirrors.

 


R. Gerry Fabian is a retired English instructor. He has been publishing poetry since 1972 in various poetry magazines. His web page is https://rgerryfabian.wordpress.com. He is the editor of Raw Dog Press (https://rawdogpress.wordpress.com). His novels, Memphis Masquerade, Getting Lucky (The Story) and Seventh Sense are available at Smashwords and all other ebook publishers. His first book of published poems Parallels is available as an ebook and as a paperback at all major bookstores and on Amazon. His second book of published poems, Coming Out Of The Atlantic, is slated for publication in 2019.

© 2019, R. Gerry Fabian

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