Philadelphia Pulp by Ezra Solway

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Philadelphia Pulp by Ezra Solway
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A homeless woman, crouching on the wet
Rittenhouse lawn, sniffs a donut.
Above her, a seedpod denotes.
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Vapors of Ribeye, from the cart
On Walnut, sails leeward to the sun.
And slips of grease dot the pavement.
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The bronze backside of William Penn,
As he gazes Northeast to the Elm
Of Treaty, is baking in the sun.
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Staring, in the left corner of the Barnes,
Van Gogh’s Postman wonders
When Spring will blink.
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If you ponder the pimples of a pineapple,
Fibonnaci. And before the gold
Casting of Philbert the Pig, a foundry.
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It’s easy to forget Reading Terminal
Market was once a Railroad.
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ezra
Ezra writes in Philadelphia where currently he’s an MFA candidate at Temple University. His work has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and featured in Eunoia Review, Flash Fiction Magazine among others.
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