Hot and Cold
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Hot and Cold

In his poem Hot and Cold, Scott Villarosa asks “Who would stand victor?”

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Hot and Cold — Scott Villarosa



If battles were drawn, who would stand victor?

The sun or the moon? The warmer or colder?

Maybe the bolder will emit me a shiver.

Ice thy formation; describing your element.

The warmer the killer — last it will not.

Sorrow on a worn face — fine rays sent to clot.


[ This poem has been previously featured as “Choice Poem” for October 2000 at the Australian Poetic Society’s Web site.]

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