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Poetry Friday: "Random Moments" by Sheree Fitch

In The House Are Many Women, Sheree Fitch, Goose Lane Editions, 1993For Poetry Friday, we're going random!

In her collection In This House Are Many Women, Sheree Fitch's refreshingly direct lyrics explore the harsh realities of women's lives and the many kinds of shelter they create for themselves and give to each other.

Please enjoy some random moments with Sheree Fitch's "Random Moments."

Random Moments  

In the singles bar
The men come and go
With dreams
of being
A gigolo.
In the washroom
Women spritz their hair
And rearrange
Their underwear
In the suburbs
Couples fight
Then make up
Make love all night
In the schoolyard
Children play
And dream of growing up
In the churches
People pray
That God lives on
And life's okay
In my bedroom
Late and night
I cry sometimes
And hold on tight
In my kitchen
When it's sunny
I mostly think
That life is funny
And when I'm dead
I'll question God
Why all my life
Life seemed so odd
William BlakeThen I will search
For William Blake
And ask him out
For mocha cake


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