In the Shadow of the Sun


She knows the brief the permanent
the residence of blame Early Sunday
mess of brief nearby sex and permanent
phrase that outlasts daybreak An empty
book belongs to an unmade country
Gold in the shadow of the Sun Raises
and knows nothing about the briefest
blame the permanence of going Wants
to hear it by name and foresight discovery

©Brayton Price

I have the pleasure, of once again,  working with poet Brayton Price. He’s been absent for a bit but recently asked me for some photographs with which to play. I’ve sent him six and I’m hoping he’ll discover words to a few more. No pressure, Brayton. 


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