Stefanie Bennett


Santa Rosa was the favoured haunt
In early fall.
My Aunt, grey eyes

Flashing like moon arrows
Sought out
Humming bird and quail – her

Dilapidated camera
Balancing on
Bedrock mortar – the snapshots

Surely a breath
Of yesteryear

Post-holding postscripts
Coachella bound
And pending.

Later… we drank
The water-flask dry.
A toast

To twin-horned Toro’s spires.
The way it’s done.
Operable. Received.

Copyright © Stefanie Bennett

Stefanie Bennett has published several books of poetry
and worked with Arts Action For Peace. Of mixed
heritage [Italian,  Irish, Paugussett-Shawnee] she was
born in Queensland, Australia in 1945.


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Poet, publisher, gardener
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