Author: fortunateizzi PM
Simple poem about ArizonaRated: Fiction K - English - Words: 64 - Published: 07-09-04 - id: 1660960
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The mountains are black construction paper
cut into sharp angles,
glued onto a blue and yellow watercolor.
White-winged doves ask "Who cooks for you?"
again and again, wishing for an answer.
Cacti stand like chubby people with their arms
out, welcoming the moon.
A girl sits on her porch, waiting for the stars to come out.