Wyeth, Andrew Man and The Moon, 1990


We scatter likes doves

Underneath a lupine moon

Blessings in velvet


Your skin is like wax

Supple in the autumn heat

Waning resistance


Cowboys by midnight

We strip to our bare instincts

And assume the wind


A primal engine

Murmurs against naked thighs

Reckless hearts collide


Some haiku

Submission for

Magpie Tales


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