The Monday Poem: Improvisation IV by William Carlos Williams

Mamselle Day, Mamselle Day, come back again! Slip your clothes off!β€”the jingling of those little shell ornaments so deftly fastenedβ€”! The streets are turning in their covers. They smile with shut eyes. I have been twice to the moon since supper but she has nothing to tell me. Mamselle come back! I will be wiser this time. Continue reading The Monday Poem: Improvisation IV by William Carlos Williams