In A Dovecote

Poem By Frank Fagan

Sing
sing
twisted
skein
liquid
string.

Dance
dance
white arc
leap
to puddles
puddling.

Let
now
nestle
here
these
pure
perfumed
pearls
purling.

Glisten
this
dark
hatchery
O.

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