Far Beyond, Years Later by DAH

Far Beyond, Years Later


I saw the seasons in you
there in the tracks of moon
this is how I remember:

from girl
   to woman

Like a journey of layers
the seasons weaved baskets
where blind love tossed words
I felt all that I could feel
your impassive eyes  
like two dark birds

Far beyond, years later
this emptiness, a hole
set in place

appearing then disappearing
like a watermark
stamped on memory

About the Author

DAH is a multiple Pushcart Prize and Best Of The Net nominee, and the author of nine books of poetry. He lives in Berkeley, California, where he is working on his tenth poetry collection, while simultaneously working on his first collection of short fiction. DAH’s fourth book, The Translator, was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize by publisher Dustin Pickering of Transcendent Zero Press. https://dahlusion.wordpress.com/