The wedding wreaths and
burial bouquets
have a story to tell.
The bridesmaids and
the poll bearers are the narrators
of history and hearse,
presenting it now in the present.
A present that has already become
part of the past.
The ever present past waiting
to be narrated,
to become alive
Both dead and undead
reaching back and forth
coming together
to tell their stories
and celebrate
passing lives.

Grey Borders Magazine April 2017 $4.00 Canadian contains work by: Catharine Graham - poetry: The Dewfield, The Sparrow that Isn't There, 4 am, Pact, Beside the White Chickens Sergio Ortiz - poetry: In a Room Full…


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