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ARDOR Literary Magazine - Issue Two, May 2013

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BEACH GLASS A Poem By DAVE HARDIN Wrap your hand around the beach glass in your pocket, seafaring meteorite washed up from another galaxy, this cool lozenge squeezed by degrees from deep within the shoulder of a wave, eased glistening onto packed sand, glint of sunlight driving a splinter through your eye. Why me you ask? the hollow of your palm exquisitely matched to its polished contours, sculpted seed ordained, sea vast on your tongue in holy communion, body and the blood bottled in blown green glass, a sign cast up from the belly of a whale or nothing more than a worn world weary vagabond drawn to this lightning struck beach. Fused sand skeletons writhe in recognition. [END]

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