Re-published poems by Michael Igoe

Fevers of the Mind

white and blue petaledd flower

photo from Annie Spratt (unsplash)

published previously in detritusonline.blogspot.com

Jamaica Plain Massachusetts Pull on the blue serge sashes; bear witness to Jamaica Plain. The darkest blue much like motifs in the magazines you leaf through. When you're done, you must come in Watch the sugar cubes melt where flies settle. Spying through vessels, or an unlocked window; trying them on for size. You might want to recal those Hell's Kitchen visits. When genes sang in series, from that psychotic candy. Another time it was fed to your downtown flock. Take a look friend! How we've grown! Yes, we've grown, and now's the time, to make a descent from our branches. II. I know how to tell time, sometimes I tell the truth. But this time- I see flowers bloom deep in the skeleton. III. Pull on the blue serge sashes; bear witness to Jamaica Plain. The darkest blue, much likeā€¦

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