A Man’s Day of Summer, original magnetic poetry by Tanner Griffin

This is a poem about a man describing his day, one day of summer.  Eating fingerlike is just eating with your fingers.  Rose-ing is when you go out to the wild to pick roses.  (I made that up.)  They want a gown is describing the people in the picture.  The ending sentence is the end of his day.

Peace, love, and poetry.  Tanner.

1 Comment

  1. Delirious picture of her….I may have to borrow that for a tune.

    and…”We Dream of Worship and Death”. That is heavy.

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