Origin by Michael Igoe

We begin again likewise,

we look to end the stutter

we want to start laughing.

Deeper in the meadow,

we strut to the horizon,

labor under different suns,

approximate the moment

considered by strangers

seated at a vacant table.


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Michael Igoe

Michael Igoe, city boy, neurodiverse, Chicago now Boston, numerous publications in literary journals online and print. Teaching Assistant at  Boston University Center For Psych Rehab (M. Ed  in Counseling Psych), National Library Of Poetry Editors’ Choice for Excellence 1997, Avalanches In Poetry anthology available at Amazon.

Twitter: @MichaelIgoe5