Five Poems

A Burnt Ship

Tiger moth, hair smoke, silk tied,
her mouth’s not the chamber angel,

the night chimera that comes
to the boy on the alabaster throne,


no longer child-king of Tunis,
his trigger blood hammers rust,


strings of charms, shards of jewels
glint like sunset oil, streak shield
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