A Poem For The Museum Curator by Jason Visconti

And so nourish the walls with your pictures or portraits,

Raise up your statues to overthrow the air,

That gallery sweeps right off the map’s face,

Dinosaurs inherit the dead years,

History is a lover who returns to be kissed.

Jason Visconti has attended both group and private poetry workshops. His work has appeared in various journals, including “Literary Yard”, “Valley Voices”, “California Quartely”, “Allegro Magazine” and “The American Journal of Poetry”. He especially enjoys the poetry of Pablo Neruda and Billy Collins.

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