January 02, 2005

Beneath the Tangled Fir

Following your cornfield eyes, spins of yarn
gold and green, I sit on pine needles
a sharp sting to your warm touch of tongue.
My skin sears easily. Too cold out
for clothes, let's keep our shoes on.
Give the squirrels something to laugh about.

by E. M. Soos

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