Saint Sara-Kali In the Shrine at Saintes Maries de la Mer by Raine Geoghegan

Saint Sara-Kali In the Shrine at Saintes Maries de la Mer

milling in the doorway

                        we wait for a glimpse of you

shuffling our feet, craning our necks

                       we wait, but then

over heads, between raised arms, hands clenching lit tapers

                        your face, marble black,

a slant of sunlight falling into your eyes,

                        bringing you to life.

Sainte Maries de la Mer (Gypsy festival)

Featured Poetry of Raine Geoghegan

photo by Chris Thomson

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