Poems that Begin with the Letter “I”

by on July 1, 2015 :: 0 comments

I am guilty
I am included
I am crybaby, lecherous, disability welfare, pot smoker
I am victim, attacker, liar and clown
I am a thief, a scoundrel
A saint
I am praying
A folly
A collection of myths in the morning twilight
False dawn
The cork out of an absinthe bottle
I am slum lord of this Texas imagination

All these poems that begin with the letter “I”

editors note:

This poet’s Texas imagination puts the “I” in big, but everything is, in Texas. – mh clay

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