Carcanet Poetry


Rafael Ramoshas quotedlast year
I touch your cheek to protect you
Rafael Ramoshas quotedlast year
I loved those days! each one exactly like its predecessor.
There were the stone steps we climbed together
and the little town where we breakfasted. Very far away,
I could see the cove where we used to swim, but not hear anymore
the children calling out to one another, nor hear
you anymore, asking me if I would like a cold drink,
which I always would.
Rafael Ramoshas quotedlast year
When the postcards stopped, I read the old ones again.
I saw myself standing under the balcony in that rain
of foil-covered kisses, unable to believe you would abandon me,
begging you, of course, though not in words
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