fall issue preview: six lines from Jose Padua’s poem Gin and the River

18 Jul


If the river could speak like gin,

the greater the flow the more

the woods that surround us

would sound like stray dogs,

the more the water flooding

the banks would warm us rather

than chill us




One Response to “fall issue preview: six lines from Jose Padua’s poem Gin and the River”

  1. Don MacIver, RPA, Writer, Author, Poet August 7, 2013 at 03:29 #

    It has taken me forever to return here but I am so glad I came by!

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