Poems and Poetry

Armor | A Poem by G. Louis Heath

An armor of metal bracelets
clank along her forearm.

She hardens her tone,
looks hard into his eyes.

His jaw muscles tighten.
He shoots her a look
to the bracelets clanking.

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G. Louis Heath, Ph.D., Berkeley, 1969, is Professor Emeritus, Ashford University, Clinton, Iowa. His most recent poems have appeared in Eunoia, Verse-Virtual, Inkstain Press, Squawk Back, and Dead Snakes. His books include Long, Dark River Casino and Vandals in the Bomb Factory.



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