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The Cantinas of Summer: Poetry by Alan Britt

The Cantinas of Summer: Poetry by Alan Britt

  LOVE POEM THAT LEADS ME TO A FLORIDA CANAL   The bandoneon transports me to your lips relaxed as they are like orchids on a late summer trellis. Orchids climbing the trellis of your throat. Orchids like verbs struggling with existence. Orchids like lovers from the grave, as lovers often appear from graves. Beautiful. Impossible to resist in their splendor of Spanish moss with night herons perched on giant oak shoulders circling the moon’s silver waist. Oak moon. My…

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