Friday, April 19, 2013

I've been working (in my paid job) in Perth for the week and the poetic spirit apparently flew off sightseeing. Not me, however; I was in the office or in an apartment watching TV.

So now: back to April Poem-A-Day Challenge.

Day 14

prompt: a sonnet


A wall falls:
random deaths
Bomb on marathon
Last breaths.
Freedom to shoot
a clear shibboleth.

Popular Aussie
a paedophile
Massive explosion
from stockpile
Rogue state
threatens missile.

Take note, Macbeth.
Admire the
twenty-first century

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