Wednesday, September 14, 2011


I still go to call you.
When the door opens
I rise to run to greet you.
So I took your number from the phone
and now just look for it.
I lock the door,
So it can’t open

We tossed your ashes to the river.
I stood downwind,
Poured them into my hand,
Threw them high.
They flecked across the moon,
They mixed with the new grey in my hair,
Covered my face.
I took a breath
Your ashes
Taste of salt.

1 comment:

Sewa Yoleme said...

Damn. Someone is slicing onions again.