Two Poems/ Andrew Fazzini

rope bed

lay me down

              on that old rope bed

let my last

               and longest breath

pass cradled

                in its warp and weft

 

 

 

zaccheus

the sycamore tree still stands

next to the concrete pad where

the potato house used to be, and

i suppose there’s something i might could say

about permanence and impermanence

 

 

 

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Andrew Fazzini is a writer and musician living and working in rural West Tennessee. He is the author of the chapbooks Fires of the New Testament, The Sin Eater, and Shagbark. His work has most recently appeared in the August 2016 issue of The Riff Zine.

 

 

 

Header Image: Creative Commons, photo by Bmerva, modified.

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