Poems From Far Places
Observations in Verse by Traveler Rodrigo Villegas
Text Copyright Rodrigo Villegas
SAN FRANCISCO
I FOLLOW SPANGLES OF AMBER STARS
TO JANET HARPER

AH, BEAUTIFUL CITIES ALL
I HAVE ANCHORED IN YOU SOUND
AND I LEAVE WITH THE FIRST TOUCH
OF THE MORNING BREEZE
TO THE GIRLS IVE KNOWN

RODRIGO VILLEGAS        RVZ

NEW YORK
OUT OF THE HARBOR
A PANORAMA OF SILHOUETTES
AGAINST THE MORNING BLUE
CRUEL WIND SPILLS OVER
LIKE AN UNCLOSED KNIFE
TO MARY ANN MORLEY
HONOLULU
SPLENDOR OF DAZZLING RAINBOWS
IMAGES BEYOND THE ORCHARD
SWAYS THE GRASS SKIRT
TO MINI KANEKA
WE HASTEN PAST YOUR FLOATING
MISTY MOUNTAINS
A SOLITARY BIRD FLYS ITS WAY
INTO THE PALOR
BETWEEN YOUR TWIN PEAKS
TO KIM PARK SUN
HONG KONG
I HAVE JOSTLED WITH THE THRONGS OF YOUR CITY
STILLNESS OF YOUR TEMPLE
TO MAY LEE LING
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