not quite out of sight

since then we start again
a dash
a hiss
a bit of us gets a grip
someone else’s eyes to look into
we stay up for sunrise
from the landfill
from the shore
amongst the mountain
the hillsides full of tiny fires
blowing kisses
forget me not and remember me when
just in the matter that we don’t catch up
before it sets-

 

About the Poet:
Mat Gould has published four books of poetry with Dog On A Chain Press and has been included in the Lantern Lit series. He is currently whittling a poem into sharp points.

 

Poetry Breakfast accepts submissions of poetry and poetry related creative non-fiction year-round.  See our Submission Guidelines page for details on submitting your work.

 

Photo by Gitta Jahn.

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