in a glass

she frowned
like a flag
over a coffin

when she smiled
her teeth
looked like

she had three sons
two of which
were spread out
across the sands

the third
was twitchy
and inherited
her mouth

when she died
her teeth floated
in a glass
on the bedside table

7 thoughts on “in a glass

            1. This tale is gonna be a special one I think. It’s a collaboration with Chris Miller and it is as easy as when we wrote poetry together. Just a natural clicking of voices. It’s pushing me in a whole new genre.

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