Poem by Keith Mark Gaboury

 

Concrete Memory

Golden Shovel after Natalie Eilbert
I walk on concrete with
my dog Charlie. If any
grace shines down lucky,
our mammal hearts shimmy on like I
remember Boston rhythm. Will
you peer inside my memory? A bee
buzzes me back beside
this sapling I want to love, a
growth stretching into an urban tree.

Keith Mark Gaboury earned a M.F.A. in creative writing from Emerson College. His poems have appeared or is forthcoming in such publications as Poetry Quarterly, New Millennium Writings, and Eclectica. Keith lives in Oakland, California.

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