On Letting Her Go

By Anthony Nannetti

You can hear the ocean

when I open my mouth.

My eyes pop wide

and fingers fly,


like the blind leading the blonde,

without sight or insight.

What a fool doesn’t know will fill a book.

I am busy with my sequel.
Anthony Nannetti is a teacher of English with the Philadelphia School System.  He lives in the Bella Vista section of the city with his wife and two daughters.  His poetry has appeared in Guardian Unlimited and Philadelphia Stories, and online at Ygdrasil.

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