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Bedtime

Bedtime she says She reminds him of His mother and A half century of rebellion. His protest is not heard His heart is weak His soul is bored His days are numbered. The resignation letter reads So comes to pass … Continue reading

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Mosquito

She sucks the last drop of blood Out of his open vein He sings in vain A tune to ease The pain His arm drops unconscious She hovers over the wound She sucks the last drop of blood Then fly … Continue reading

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Beans and shadows

I wait for my coffee I set by a round table It stands on three twisted legs And I count the beans In my last pay cheque It is going to be a long while Before the next comes along … Continue reading

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A coin

A child flips a coin In the fountain They say it brings luck The child thinks It is a joke And wishes. The coin is lost, The child receives His fate. The fountain is dry now! April 21, 2017

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My innocent daughter

She was born in the early hours of morn She declared her existence with a little cry She had her eyes closed and hands clinched She was born in the early hours of morn She still calls me in the … Continue reading

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