Annmarie Lockhart and Bridget Fahey O’Brien

 

Bridget Fahey O’Brien
Morning After
Inspiration Piece

After the Carriage Returns to a Pumpkin
By Annmarie Lockhart
Response

at the peak of the party
at half-past midnight
it’s easy to forget
that morning comes
moaning in with the
slam of a door
and the dripping
puddle from a side-
spilled bottle
and the still-
sharp sting of
words heard
between echoed
refracted in wine

revelry looks
unromantic
at street level
in sunrise tatters

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2 Comments

  1. elizabethstelling
    Posted December 9, 2013 at 9:35 am | #

    You two street walkers sure have a good thang going on, and I love every step you take! Heh!

  2. Grace
    Posted December 9, 2013 at 5:17 pm | #

    The two of you captured the feeling and the taste of the Day After. I love it!

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