The Waiting Room

February 19, 2009 § 4 Comments

 

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With gentle sway, the hodgepodge flock canopies
the waiting room.

We ignore their plight (they are
forced by slender threads into unnatural formation.)

This is your job, we think as
we pass beneath. This is your job, O Skyscrapers

of Ancient Being – to fly our prayers and
longings to even Older Gods on shiny paper wings.

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