Monthly Archives: June 2017

Fire Has No Mercy

To throw the pink dressing gown, Out of the window right down, Five floors, six floors, seven, ten, To open hands, waiting men, Easy, if not being worn, By the child that she had born, Should she let the flames … Continue reading

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Discrimination

Birdsong bought with crumbs of bread, Auditory senses being fed, Swooping down onto the lawn, Slices pecked apart and torn, Little murmurs of delight, At the feathered pecking sight, But why not the same effect, When creature that’s not elect, … Continue reading

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