THE GARDEN / Rick Lyon I hadn't noticed the path in the shrubbery outside the lodging house leading into a smaU bower and down five mossy stone steps to a sunken garden. Lisette took me by the hand and led me in: its Uttle pool in the middle and stone benches in a ring, a green refuge from the world, as peaceful as a mild summer We walked quickly through and out the other side, no more the garden of our own natures we'd discovered. It soon appeared in her paintings, the lovers embracing, entwined Uke vines, deeply in love now-- evening. the garden of flesh and blood. 244 · The Missouri Review RUE DES DEUX PONTS /Rick Lyon The muddy river runs through the city of Ught, swift-flowing, threatening sometimes to rise up over its banks, where the centuries-old limestone brown buUdings stand, past, having seen it all, having witnessed so much water rushing under low-arched bridges, bending widely around the elegant as if to say, stay with me and, again, you can never stay with me. AU the high-flown statuary, marble and bronze, drifts in time now-- city, monumental, subUme--it drifts and becomes something pure, free,
The Missouri Review – University of Missouri
Published: Oct 5, 1995
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