One Poem by Kevin Thomason

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Second Marriage

The place they’ve argued
within the yard, night
works its calm
round instruments
plunked in chops
of grass. The porch
stands out like a jaw.
On the clothesline,
a white shirt stills,
falters, and re-begins,
awkward in halting wind,
whereas a bra with vivid
designs flurries
in delay. A voice
calls the canine,
who comes directly.
Phrases usually are not
repeated a lot.




Kevin ThomasonKevin Thomason is from Memphis, Tennessee and has lived and taught in Canada and South Korea. He earned an MFA from McNeese State College and a Ph.D. from the College of Southern Mississippi. His work may be learn in 32 Poems, Narrative, Southern Poetry Evaluate, and elsewhere.

Header photograph by Predrag Milosavljevic,. courtesy Shutterstock.

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