Tag Archives: Red Lights

Night Run – Tanka Sequence

  Night Run   street lights fight the darkness a clenched fist of wind slams litter against a wall   neon light splinters across my eyes like sun stabbing through shattered glass   adrenalin flows through me like wildfire eyes … Continue reading

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Tanka – Red Lights

  coronation year – a monkey dances on the organ while mother shows me off in the street   the blackbird ends its song in the quiet afternoon I place violets on mother’s grave   © Martha Magenta Red Lights … Continue reading

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Tanka

  between the hills day moon hovers at dawn your face no longer nestles in the pillows     where did I lose you even our footprints scrambled in the gravel scarcely a weed grows on such stony ground   … Continue reading

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