Nov 132013
Swiftly, gamely, mademoiselle
Made a wish to hear toned notes
Floating from my old wood flute

Poignant practice in the park
Between our picnic and the flocks
Achieved some partial good
                      when I stopped
And stared at mademoiselle 'til dark.

This vain breath that I extend
To where my antique wood flute ends
By spastic clasp of crippled fingers
In incapable mimesis

Can't catch quite your natural and clear
Childish laughter that charms the air.


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