Lines West: Parker Broe, L. Luis Lopez

Out of Earth Yet So Close

Lake Powell is Mars

surrounded in sandpaper

filled with ice

fermented by the sun

hidden by desert that was once shunned

              — Parker Broe (grade 8)

Dust Devil

I watch

the

wind partner

the dust

Embraced they whirl

as one

across the desert floor

          — L. Luis Lopez


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