IN THE HOURS OF CARE #poetry by Jay Mora-Shihadeh — MasticadoresUsa

I’m excited to announce my poem, IN THE HOURS OF CARE, is published in MasticadoresUsa today.

I want to thank the editor, Gabriela Marie Milton, for selecting and publishing my piece in today’s post. It is an honor to be part of this publication, please make sure to stop by and give them a visit.

IN THE HOURS OF CARE

in the hours of care
a rabbit dodges a shooting
and hobbits
into a hole in the ground

grasses burn and pencil a path
crooked footings land
grounded in sand

sun crescents theread full poem

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