NORTH CAROLINA

a poem by Mullen Metcalf

There’s a cross-my-heart-and-hope-to-die kind of truth,

timid in the sultry sweet of

early May wind and the

crescent moon,


(half full, half empty)


alive in the way that

crossed legs are,

where they fold at the knees and never end.

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