Two Summer Poems

Sunny Day

beautiful weather here
you won’t find me
dead today
I’d eat a thousand bullets
to no ill-effect
tomorrow they say
it’ll rain
we’ll see, then

Couple Hours Before Memorial Day

doves cooed
at twilight
that’s all over
now
I’m
sitting still
somewhere in
the outside dark
little bit of moonlight
falling through
some black trees
frogs, bugs, buzz
black powder
new summer bombs
the roll of cars
as waves
crashing
on the two
lane highway
I’m drinking bourbon
and lemon
slouched here
content
music-less
couple of those
tall saint
candles
burning.

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