PARIS POETS: RICHARD WRIGHT – A POEM BY STEVE DALACHINSKY

richard wright stuck in the corner by the staircase in black face & gold letters with cobwebs 52 yrs. an exiled native son oh black boy i place a paper flower beside your square. steve dalachinsky written at Pere Lachaise cemetery 8/01 where Wright's ashes are interred. Steve Dalachinsky (born 1946) is a New York downtown …

PARIS POETS: PARIS IN THE AFTERLIFE, BY ANTONIA ALEXANDRA KLIMENKO

Paris in the Afterlife  In my dream I am always in Paris just as the undergarments of her city  slip slowly from view    Here   the smoke is violet and thick with steam  rising from lovers partings on railroad platforms and under moonlit bridges   To the left and right  her voluptuous pillows--soft and yielding… …