Concrete and Clay

 

Sightless eyes
and breathless nose,
a face once bound
in plaster;
formulaic shadow play,
masks and carnivals
with boisterous plots
and stock devices;
then an ivy trellis
galvanized
by sun and rain;
now stripped bare
communes with clay.

 

 

 

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