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Poetry #124
(published March 6, 2003)
The Ibis (from Mommy, part 4 of 5)
by Barry Blumenfeld

I search my hard heart,
Mommy, the desert

In your breast. You can
Go now, go. Ibis

Gaggles skein across
The moon. Shadow wings

Swing time along the
River. Soon, you will

Die. Bye bye! Bye bye.

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