The Winter Of Our Discontent
With apologies to Shakespeare and Steinbeck
The rusted square metal clothes pole
sits in three feet of snow
with stiff frayed rope
thrashing against the cold metal.
Where are the the warms breezes,
the robins temporarily resting,
the flapping of shirts and skirts?
- R. Gerry Fabian 2015
R. Gerry Fabian is a retired English instructor.
He has been publishing poetry since 1972 in various poetry magazines.
He is the editor of Raw Dog Press http://www.rawdogpress.freesite2you.com/index.php
He is currently working on a book of his poems.