Monthly Archives: September 2014

The Ladies Vanish

Hey, do you see us? We’re right here We hit the landmark Head on The day came and went We stayed But the light must be poor Because you can’t see us The fifty years passed And we became translucent … Continue reading

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But why

Why does she stay? No Ask, why should SHE have to leave? A loving father and husband No Love doesn’t punch, beat, rape and murder But WHY doesn’t she leave? No Ask, why, why he does this? Ask, why, why … Continue reading

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On A Train

Not my little girl She’s a good girl He drawls as he trawls Through the pages of his red top Stopping to hover On the third page Never looking up Or making eye contact With the father Of another daughter … Continue reading

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Still Counting

I put one bare foot in front of the other The blades damp, reaching up Between my toes The trickles over the tops of my feet Cooling The breeze on my bare skin Taking a layer off Peeling away the … Continue reading

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