Intruding Breeze by Zane Castillo


Intruding Breeze

by Zane Castillo

The pale curtains flutter as a breeze,
surges through the broken windows.
Empty soda bottles,
and used condoms,
blow away to various positions.
Mice scatter in fear;
seeking safe corners.
Leaves and dirt pile against peeling walls,
rancid odors dissipate for a few moments;
surrendering to the intruding breeze.


Zane Castillo received his BA in English from California State University, Fullerton. He has self published two books of poetry “A Tree Stands Alone and Others” and “Remembrance and Others”. He is currently working on a novel as well as a book of poetry.