Daniel A. Rabuzzi
Dragons at Sunrise, Off Plum Island
Dragons, more rare than whales,
Swim in sun-rivers,
Light from afar.
Offshore wings flashing with light
From the morning,
Long shadows all the way back to the beach.
Light from the past
Flecked with fire.
We may never see their kind again.
Daniel A. Rabuzzi has had two novels, five short stories and ten poems published since 2006 (see www.danielarabuzzi.com). He lived eight years in Norway, Germany and France. He has degrees in the study of folklore and mythology, international relations, and modern European history. He lives in New York City with his artistic partner & spouse, the woodcarver Deborah A. Mills (http://www.deborahmillswoodcarving.com), and the requisite cat.