her beauty's gone
     by light  
but she's got plenty of money
(and money can buy anything
her friends          the nights
she lives for her nights
     rum           ganja           the sea
(o' to be a pirate!)
rastas     yes
so shiny          young          hard
"princess     princess     com' dancing, princess"
     and she's beautiful again
eager for their love          one love
"hey, hey what can I say" *
she'll be here until the money's gone or
the disease drives her

     blind          crazy    

* Led Zeppelin

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Editor's Note


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The poetry of Jeff Lockwood has appeared in The FifthStreet Review (where he was a featured artist), Tiferet, A Journal of Spiritual Literature, the Kennesaw Review, 
Tribal Fires Journal, Bitter Oleander Press (forthcoming), March Street Press (a book-length manuscript of poems and prose poems, forthcoming), SNReview (Summer 2004), 
and other creative and academic publications. He’s received numerous academic awards, including the Fulbright, and he's a Sequoyah Fellow. Lockwood makes his home in the Cabinet Mountains of Montana, but still calls his birthplace, Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, home. This winter/spring he’ll spend some four months in Jamaica, where he plans to write one publishable poem. Lockwood is of Chippewa ancestry. He recently completed the MFA-Writing program at Goddard College, Plainfield, Vermont. He is currently 
working in the Ukraine with the Peace Corps as a university teacher.

Copyright 2006, Jeff Lockwood. This work is protected under the U.S. copyright laws. It may not be reproduced, reprinted, reused, or altered without the expressed written permission of the author.