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Daily Poem – Lightening at Dinner

July 14, 2006

Lightening at Dinner

by Jim Moore

Basta! shouts the waiter,
then laughs each time the sky
is rent, delighted.
“Such a long journey,”
my failing mother said,
her voice calm and steady,
crossing seven time zones.

Light gone,
you and I sit in the dark. Our hands
touch, finally, hours
after our argument.
This sudden warmth, palm
to palm: as when thunder stops,
the suddenness of all that silence.
…for the complete poem, go to:
http://www.cstone.net/~poems/lighpmoo.htm
Primary Source:
http://www.cstone.net/~poems/

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