Tag: Jacqueline de Weever

Clothespins: Poetry

By Jacqueline de Weever   Wash-day once commanded these after heavy suds had massaged the clothes. Heaped in the wicker basket, they yield to the curtain’s shadows coloring them honey, grey, pale lavender.   Who can guess the power of their clip when the wind grabbed shirts by the cuffs made them wiggle their tails, …

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