On Being Late

by Jessica Calandra Shoup
(Ohio, USA)

Lion at her door.
She discards pale light
that licks the far wall;
whets the stale scent
of sour sentiment.

Serpent cast offshore.
Silence-scrambled cad,
sallowed, might recall
one mouth-mauled paw
from dark's daggergnaw.

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