Leaving Photos in Obscure Places
A world evolves between
two anchored rocks on sand beach.
(Construct and the (de)construct)
Waves bless permanence in this impermanence,
this seasonal menu from one restaurant.
I think of strobe lights, sectionalized events,
that guess bridging leaps the ocean advances,
or our affairs, between five-thirty and nine
on a summer morning, when the sun staggers
through atmosphere (dull invader) and leaves
a jagged rip, bleeds words which deny
the vanishing footsteps of our progress.