Poetry: “Night Flight” by Jay Rubin

Night Flight —Above the Atlantic Cabin dimmed, passengers slack sky outside my window black A cranky couple quarrels in French fingers stab the air He a suit, she a skirt each a laurel of light How wonderful—Company Somebody else wet by the rain another yawn along the campaign The woman twists, waves a wrist shines … Continue reading Poetry: “Night Flight” by Jay Rubin