Hallgrímskirkja Church – Reykjavik, Iceland

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December 21, 2017 by The Citron Review

by Francine Rubin

 

Like whale bones,
icicle skeletons,
ship of light,
stone of ocean spray
basin of sky

cradling organs human
and musical,
the silver hollows,
the singing from throats,
the depths of the body.

 

Francine Rubin is the author of the poetry chapbooks City Songs (Blue Lyra Press) and Geometries (Finishing Line Press). Online she is at francinerubin.tumblr.com

 

 

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