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William J Loftus
Of what one accepts if one wears it long enough

The forgiveness of empty bowls should have gone
But the things were added and the heat applied
Crucible remnants along the re-enactors trail

The smoke of colors
The burnt sienna residue
Shaped into a shadow
Draping down the walls at sunset
And running through the market streets

The vanilla folder
Pacifically sounding of dialect and spoke day by day
Resonating with the bell chants of ideals
Like prayer when one wears what one has fashioned

Dr. Bill Loftus is Professor of Psychology at Big Sandy Community & Technical College. He has taught at the college since 1990, has a “Ticket to Heaven,” writes stories that intend to make people cry happy tears sometimes, is getting kinda cranky with age, and still adores and loves his wife, editor, and life partner.

 

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