A Circumstance to Think This Was Enough
by ERIC BEENY



A circumstance to think this was enough, and children I went around to asking for their autographs, saving them, maybe our world, scattering flowers, if they only knew anywhere else.

    Climate calm, the same shape we fit in, where we run, give each other ideas, a chance to understand ourselves, planting seeds to water always with signatures, ceremonies.

    After some talk, we speak.

ERIC BEENY is the author of The Dying Bloom (Pangur Ban Party). His work has or will appear in 3:AM, 5AM, 32 Poems, Abjective, elimae, LITnIMAGE, Matchbook, Pear Noir!, and others. He’s a contributing editor for Gold Wake Press. His blog is Dead End on Progressive Ave.