Riddles Poem By Kathleen Peirce

Riddles Poem By Kathleen Peirce

He opens her. She can’t have him.
Day following night.
She can’t have him but he opens her.
Clay and water.
He opens her because she can’t have him.
Hive in a tree.
She can’t have him until he opens her.
Peony and ant.
He opens her until she can’t have him.
Wind in grass.
She can’t have him while he opens her.
Cloud and rain.
He opens her, regretful she can’t have him.
Phrase and mockingbird.
She can’t have him regretful when he opens her.
Root and weak branch.

Kathleen Peirce
from The Oval Hour

Riddles Poem By Kathleen Peirce

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