Wednesday 20 April 2016

2 Poems by Michael Caylo-Baradi


A box of photos sinks
me back to giggles 

lost in sand
building castles 

over and
over again. 


is a park playing
hide and seek 

through leaves
and trees 

that branch out

digging stories
in its eyes. 


Michael Caylo-Baradi lives in California. You may find his work in other issues of Poetry Pacific. His work has also appeared in Blue Fifth Review , Blue Print Review , The Common , Eclectica , elimae , Galatea Resurrects , Ink Sweat & Tears , Kartika Review , Local Nomad , MiPOesias , Otoliths , Our Own Voice , poeticdiversity , Poetry Prick of the Spindle , XCP: Streetnotes . Zygote in My Coffee , and elsewhere. He reviews books and literary journals for New Pages. 

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