She cuts

the waves so

fine & the

sea breathes long

grass stilled &



You could stray in a sea of wheat

all day if there’s nothing more

or walk behind the street

an ear for the waves of her





she                                                                                                                               as

2 Responsesso far.

  1. Mark Prisco Mark Prisco says:

    thanks Peter. Formatting issues here. The original makes use of the wide page, the white space. & the last 2 lines make no sense: you’re supposed to read ‘as she goes’ forward & backwards, & those words are laid out in a sort of triangle/flying formation, which looks real nice on the page. never mind. Our lady of the winds afoot? true -these are windy lines 🙂

  2. peterlebaige peterlebaige says:

    Bellissimo, amico, I feel our lady of the winds afoot! Delightful in its sounds and images!

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