New York City

July 26, 2008
By Isabel Evans, New York, NY

Sleeping skyscrapers smile
The bars brew buoyancy
Restaurants cook fortunes
And buildings burst.

Taxis dance.
The buses move like a slow drawl
I walk, a mere mortal.

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GeorgeE123 said...
on Aug. 10 2008 at 9:49 pm
I think this is a really good poem and deserves to be in the magazine. It reminds me of E.E. Cummings.


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