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undrunk

a sterile cock roach in the juice undrunk

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Sexbots Are Coming

Poetry? About sexbots? How absurd! You might as well write poetry about dildos! mighty redwood – how we would mourn thy glorious fall What sort of a man are you to sully this highest art with such perversion? I have … Continue reading

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parts

parts misusedautomaton – a screwloose Although… today’s prompt is haibun, so let’s synthesise something. He disassembled her, and with lines of unbreakable code he bound her limbs. Methodically, with sharp-tipped brackets, he stapled her. With infinitely looping threads he stitched … Continue reading

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tapio-ku and bird-ku

A short collection this month, in no particular order… street cracks cars play hopscotch at twilight expectant quiet urgent is night over xanadu (after the) t/rain I watch the cracks grow farm shop a discovery of tapioca march to school … Continue reading

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a murmuration of darlings – playing the trump

Trump who has played the trump card? pyrrhus would have fled such victory how much oil to burn the unwanted? white supremacy would wash rainbows from the sky and wall out the sun twilight’s beauty a traitor to the american … Continue reading

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nothing but echoes – washed in sorrow

Traditions horned fertility of ancient gods a river of divine blessings sowing of seed was n/ever man’s responsibility I defy tradition! as my father did before me tradition a strait-laced corset about a breathless maid bed of knots and leaves … Continue reading

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falling in love with colour

Cloudy Skies morning commute east along the aisle veiled bride october sky why do I see clouds? others see only silver and dance in the rain I wear turbulence like a tutu tea ceremony I wait for the storm to … Continue reading

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