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Ralph Angel - Tidy

I miss you too.
Something old is broken,
nobodyís in hell.
Sometimes I kiss strangers,
sometimes no one speaks.
Today in fact
itís raining. I go out on the lawn.
Itís such a tiny garden,
like a photo of a pool.
I am cold,
are you?
Sometimes we go dancing,
cars follow us back home.
Today the quiet
slams down
gently, like drizzled
lightning,
leafless trees.
Itís all so tidy,
a fire in the living room,
a rug from Greece,
Persian rugs and pillows,
and in the kitchen,
the light
fogged with windows.

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Poet: Ralph Angel
Poem: Tidy
Volume: Twice Removed
Year: Published/Written in 2001
Poem of the Day: Dec 5 2010
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