GIANNA SANNIPOLI

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POETRY

Summer of Blues

White eyelet,
a new summer of blues—
antiquity certain.

The cobwebbed trees
are undaunted and admired
beside the Bluewood
and painted sprinklers.

Under June’s garden mornings,
I keep no secrets.

Through the Bottlebrush,
the Bells of Ireland,
comes
a green web of revelation:
I have everything but clarity.

I think I need a lighter life.

Gianna Sannipoli is a native of California, now living in Texas. She has studied at Texas State University and the University of Bologna. Her work has been published in Gold Dust Magazine, One Sentence Poems, and is forthcoming in Edify Fiction and Panoply

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