The Saguaro Cactus. A Poem by Mary Bone

 

The Saguaro with its
Prickly fingers
Lifted me up
From the desert floor
With a glare.
 
My bones devoid of moisture,
Continue to glisten
In the brightness of the sun.

 
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Bio. I have been writing poetry since the age of twelve. Some of my poems can be seen online at http://www.outlawpoetry.com/category/mary-bone/ and The Poetry Project. I have had two books of poetry published. One of my short stories is currently posted online at Spillwords. Oklahoma Today Magazine accepted my poem, ”Other Warriors,” for their July/August issue.
 
 
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