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Flower Car - Kenneth Pobo

The trellis against the shed

held several enormous blue


passion flower blossoms.

In September the vine


stopped blooming. How grim

when flowers quit on me, cars


that die at a red light. It turns

green and there I sit,


cursing the car,

cursing everything.


Bio:

Kenneth Pobo is the author of twenty-one chapbooks and nine full-length collections.  Recent books include Bend of Quiet (Blue Light Press), Loplop in a Red City (Circling Rivers), Dindi Expecting Snow (Duck Lake Books), Wingbuds (cyberwit.net), and Uneven Steven (Assure Press). Opening is forthcoming from Rectos Y Versos Editions.

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