Thursday, July 24, 2014

Felino A. Soriano - One Poem

Jazzy Savannah

                             after Mary Judkins’ photograph


from the oscillating good lips of morning’s
open            hands

                                                           expanded into
range of hanging limbs
these trees are talking
tall from the imprint of royal dispositions

through angular syllables of
this movement’s collocated fathoms

eye into varied eye
captures & contains
language of a southern
penetration, in which
noon is the context of
day’s element of holy

Felino A. Soriano is a prolific writer and poet. He is founder of Counterexample Poetics and Of/with, and contributing editor to Sugar Mule.

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