He says:
“She’s wrapped up in her poetry.”
She is:
in a chrysalis of words
hanging from the boughs of memory;
disguised as sheaves of white papers
wrapped tightly as good Cuban cigars;
caterpillar feet tickling the surface
expectantly waiting to burst through
the open doors of time,
in a profusion of recollections,
images out of sync
blown by fluttering wings of change.

Poet, Charlene Moskal resides in Las Vegas, Nevada. Her poems are published in the anthology, CLARK: Poetry of Clark County Nevada, and Legs of Tumbleweed, Wings of Lace, An Anthology of Literature by Nevada Women, and theravensperch.com, July 7 issue. In a previous incarnation, Charlene taught High School visual arts, theater, and communication.