For years Albuquerque poet Diana Huntress has been writing tiny jewel-like poems...hard little nuggets whose veins twist, run deep, and crystalize. This is one.
Deeply involved with the Rio Grande Writers Association for a long time and very close to many in the writing community including the late Judson Crews
, Diana continues to work and write in Nob Hill.
BETWEEN YOU AND ME
Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar
Love is like that too.
But who knows?
I think I drink
Wine but there is none
In my cup and the hand
That holds the stem
Thinks it is a rose.
(Photo of Diana Huntress by Steve Donahue).
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