By Tohm Bakelas
“fragile” sunflower meadow with a face like death, sing me a song that takes me away, carry me to a place of unbroken mirrors and dancing moonbeams and simple life. there are enough snakes masquerading in daylight to snuff out the sparrows we’ve become.
Tohm Bakelas is a social worker in a psychiatric hospital. He was born in New Jersey and resides there. His poems have appeared in numerous journals, zines, and online publications. He has published 12 chapbooks. He runs Between Shadows Press.
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