Bruce’s Memorial Bench – a poem by Judy DeCroce

Bruce’s Memorial Bench

you were the years
days slept on

but today, sky comes down to you,
it carries an ocean,

keeps returning impulsive wind
covering hours in sand—

where in a sojourn of yellow heat
life was long and death is newer;

after a storm shudders by,
some will come and remain—gentle.

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Judy DeCroce, is an internationally published poet, flash fiction writer, educator, and avid reader whose works have been published by Plato’s Cave online, The Poet Magazine, Amethyst Review, Tigershark Publishing, The BeZine and many journals and anthologies.
As a professional storyteller and teacher of that genre, she also offers, workshops in flash fiction. Judy lives and works in upstate New York with her husband poet/artist, Antoni Ooto.

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