Advisory

Poem By William B. Deutscher

A reminder to those who travel
That they should beware the flap
Of first-class curtains up the aisle on the run
The Tuesday sky shining in blueness to the sun
And gods assembled on the wing
The furnace flame that stops the air
Downward, to an abrupt nowhere.

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