Tuesday, December 22, 2009



An extra face, the outer layer.
The outside hull of a tangible object.
For example, the flat top of a table
onto which we pile cutlery and dishes,
or maybe the mail. The readily visible
and accessible to eye and to skin.
These are our surfaces, our eyes
and our skin. They keep us in.

1 comment

  1. How interesting read your thread on Accidental Mysteries. I love Rebecca Ridsdels’s work and to read your poem inspired by her was a lovely circle.


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