Mark Tulin BETWEEN TWO TREES I watch a homeless man rest peacefully between the haves and the have-nots The lucky children play on the monkey bars, as the blackbirds graze on a fertile lawn, at the corner, a truck backing up, warning us with blinking lights I can see the world between two trees, imperfect and unequal as tall as the palms stretching upward, as temporary as a summer breeze that carries floating dandelion seeds.
First published in the fine site, MockingHeart Review.
Featured photo by Mark Tulin.
I like this video poem very much.
Like both of your poems, Mark. I am not American so what is Menudo and why is it linked so strongly with your Granny?
Menudo is a beloved soup in the Mexican community. Especially beloved by the older generation, ie, granny. 🙂🙂