Tuesday, August 2, 2011

A Rosemary Nissen-Wade Poem

Quietly Surprising

(Found poem: Cryptic crossword clues)

One enters
very quietly
the final conduit
quiet knock
Len returning
with bits of broken shell
nice to come back
into quiet, first-rate court area
the French shelter
outside the open atrium
with a kind of concealed energy
the boy it brings back
makes hand signals in water surges
surprising boy dancer
a pro, he is faultless.


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