inspired by Pablo Picasso's poem "A Lonely Road is That I Walked" The Path I walk a lonely road, because I know no other way. I have broken the bridge, which stretches across the lake to the laughing crowd. I walk a lonely road, because my lover has let go of my hand, and taken a detour to follow the trail of glass. And I know of no street, that glistens in the sunlight, only this black asphalt path, on which my shadow grows.
Bio: Jackie Chou is a poet whose work is inspired by her inner world and the urban landscape where she grew up. Her work has appeared in Alien Buddha Zine, Cajun Mutt Press, Spillwords, Highland Park Poetry, and Fevers of the Mind Poetry Digest. Besides writing, she loves to watch Jeopardy and thriller movies.
Once again David – it is blank!
I’m unsure what would be going on. I haven’t had anyone else mention any issues in this regard.
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