Conversation with My Brother

by Joanna M. Weston
we strolled
cathedral streets
drank memories
in old pubs
carolled down
cobbled lanes
today his name weighs
on my hands
I take it into my mouth
and taste hop-gardens

hear a broken radio
beside an open window

where he waits
to be pushed

 2007 by Joanna M. Weston. All rights reserved.

Joanna M. Weston lives on Vancouver Island. She is a full-time writer of poetry, short-stories, and poetry reviews. She has a middle-reader, The Willow Tree Girl, in print.