James Bell /S/

s

saw you shoot her a glance
see saw
seen saw
seemed like a saw afterwards
saw you shoot
              shoot a glance
                                     prance
                                                 dance

saw you shoot her a glance
see saw never gets a glance
seen saw could be anywhere by now
see glance
saw you
shoot

 


James Bell – published his first poem at the age of fifteen in his school magazine. His friends laughed. He published nothing else for the next ten years. This year he has appeared in Stride Magazine, The Journal, Sentinel Literary Quarterly, Elbow Room, Thief, Scrittura, Visual Verse and contributed to A Compendium of Beasts with Poetry Kit. A free download is available at http://www.poetrykit.org/Bestiary.pdf. It has already been downloaded over 5000 times.

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