The Movers, poem by Cynthia Anderson (WHEN I MOVED Poetry and Prose Series) — Silver Birch Press

The Movers by Cynthia Anderson Every ferryman has to start somewhere. In the dog days of August, young Charon gets his chance: after six years of packing the truck, they let him drive it, before dawn, across the desert to meet Gilgamesh and Enkidu. Older, wiser in tomfoolery, the two fast friends watch that eager […]

via The Movers, poem by Cynthia Anderson (WHEN I MOVED Poetry and Prose Series) — Silver Birch Press

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