Fog As Visible Dreams
Mysteries flicker under each tender eyelid.
Become mist. Pass through walls.
Crowd the street, stories in symbol
lingering over a neighborhood asleep.
Houses and mailboxes
walk toward my headlights,
ghosts stepping into form.
I see each thing clearly
only as it passes by.
Laura Grace Weldon
Originally published in Shot Glass Journal. Find more poems in my collection, Tending.