Friday, March 8, 2013

A Poem by William G. Davies, Jr.


The woods
against the grey
of morning
are like a dark,
open mouth
full of rotten teeth
and mossy breath
that comes through
as if in church
it were at your nape.

William G. Davies, Jr. has published in numerous literary reviews such as The Cortland Review, Wilderness House Review, Gloom Cupboard and most recently,Miller's Pond and Absinthe.  He lives happily with his wife on ten acres in rural Pennsylvania. He is hoping to publish his very first book of poems in 2013.

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