Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Benjamin Nash - Two Poems

City Lights

In dark,
in dark pencil,
in dark dreary portable,
in dark dreamy city lights
a boy is drawing a city in an eye,
lined in tall skyscrapers,
a little slice of moon,
dangling as if 
a lemon.

Glue Sniffers

Under a bridge,
the color of the skin,
the color of the rio choluteca,
the glue sniffers,
their dreams,
river away.

Benjamin Nash has a few poems published in Red River Review, Illya's Honey, Literary Juice, Southern Poetry Review, and others.

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