Wednesday, March 13, 2013

A Poem by David LaBounty

on the backside of maybe

the back taxes
I owe
are collected in

the surf side
of the
moonless tide


we hold hands

my lover
showing me
once was

lottery tickets
folded in
the shape
of golden bands

David LaBounty has held jobs as a miner, a mechanic, a reporter, and a salesman. He is the author of the novel Affluenza and the recent poetry collected titled moon chalk. He lives in Michigan.

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