More Bay Area Poems

By the Bay

They lifted her from the water
and lay her on a bed
of sweet smelling grass
by the Bay
she lay
Drowned.

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Serpentine

When the bridge is gray, think of me.
If you find lights one December night,
go across to Serpentine.
On Geary, stop at the Velvet Room – for me.

Last Night
Last night my darling,
You kissed me in my sleep.
I didn’t mind.
Last night
I leafed through spectres,
History’s Shadow[s],
peered closely at
A Woman Flying a Kite,
and thought of you.

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