William Michaelian

Poems, Notes, and Drawings

Tag Archive for ‘Lizards’

Memory’s Tail

I saw the lizard exactly one-quarter of a mile north of the center of the road in front of our house, resting on the dry ground within inches of the rusted peg my father had pounded in before I was born to mark the place where our farm ended and the two neighbors’ began — one with a vineyard to the west, the other with plums to the east. I’d […]

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