Tuesday, 5 May 2020

1 Poem by Anthony Watkins

Arbortorturaium vidas migratius


Upon leaving the garden of eden

They moved into cheap mortal

Off sunset

Low slung window

Set against the pavement

Gondola chandeliers

Sailed across the yellowed

Plaster sky

And the lord rested

And said, this is a good day


Bionote

Anthony Watkins has been writing poetry about the south for over 50 years. He lives in South Florida and publishes Better Than Starbucks: betterthanstarbucks.org



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