Archived Poetry

from Winter 2005 [Issue No. 5]


Curt Rode

The dead donít haunt us;
We haunt the dead.
Our steps strain the floorboards
As we seek them
Drowsing on their verandas,
Their glasses of tea never quite spilling
Until we speak their names
And startle them, wet-fingered, awake.



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