A Small Song, a poem by Jack Galmitz at Spillwords.com
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A Small Song

A Small Song

written by: Jack Galmitz

 

a small song
you come around
you hang on
I love how you get down
I write it down
your words with my hand
your thoughts on my mouth
we get along we’re run down
a 45 with a backup band
a howling sax a snare
birds stop in midair to hear
that sound to get it down
I love it when we take it downtown
all night we slow dance
you whisper in my ear
what song is that
it pins me down
you wear me out

Jack Galmitz

Jack Galmitz

Jack Galmitz was born in 1951 in NYC. He has published extensively in both online and print publications. His work has appeared in journals such as Otoliths, otata, Alien Buddha, Synchronized Chaos, And/Or, and in the autumn in Poetica Review.
Jack Galmitz

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