The Invisible Men (For T.S. Eliot & Ezra Pound)

The Surreal Imagist

The man with the balloons is fun. He makes
Different shapes and makes
Me laugh.
“What is the shape of fun?” I ask
The mask.
But he makes, by mistake, a giraffe.

With a giggle, I give it a try. I form
A cobra leg, a walrus arm,
A bat’s blind eye.
“Now this is the shape of fun!” I say
For play:
The man, for the boy, a shapeless

ii. Notes from the Underground Station of a Metro

The apparition of these faces in the crowd;
Petals on a wet, black bough. Eleven dollar bills.

The Invisible Men (For T.S. Eliot & Ezra Pound)

hudson

Kingston Heights, New Zealand

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