by Stephen Jarrell Williams
We have heard you squeaking
in our majestic sleep
why will you not stop
amounting to more
than your existence
running our fingers
through our galaxy hair
opening our super-sun eyes
blinking in your direction
yawning your world away.
© 2009 Stephen Jarrell Williams
Stephen Jarrell Williams loves to write, listen to his music, and
dance late into the night. He was born in Fort Belvoir, Virginia. His
parents are native Texans. He has lived most of his life in California.
His poetry has appeared in Anthology, Aphelion, Avocet, Blue Collar
Review, The Broome Review, Byline Magazine, Chronogram Magazine,
Fissure Magazine, Freefall, Haight Ashbury Literary Journal, Hawaii
Review, HUNGUR, Liquid Imagination, Nerve Cowboy, Mirror Dance, POEM,
Poesia, Posey, Purpose, REAL, Tales from the Moonlit Path, Unfettered
Verse, and many others.
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