National Poetry Month

Poet of the Day – Gail Tyson

National Poetry Month April 1, 2020 Gail Tyson Darning the Wounded Tongue   Half-dog, half-camel, with bottomless eyes, the creature kneels beside me like a sphinx. Erect, tall in a Queen Anne chair, I gaze ahead. Neither of us makes a sound.   The creature kneels beside me in a pale room, silvery light casting peace around us. Neither of us makes a sound. She opens her mouth, revealing one wound on her tongue.  …

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