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3 Sonnets: The Rain Falls Mainly on the Plain

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3 Sonnets: The Rain Falls Mainly on the Plain

by John Kendall Hawkins


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What Nude Avatar X Said

Some days I feel like a nuke reactor

about to explode. There's something triggered.

Something rude Avatar X said online

in regards to. Was it a Climate sign?

The moody contact tracer who sniggered

as if she knew-who the malefactor?

There are days when I am so over Zoom,

like an umpire calling "safe" at home plate --

not everything is Brady Bunch mirthfulness.

Maybe we should cry, strum with dirgefulness.

Something nude Avatar X said of late.

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John Kendall Hawkins is an American ex-pat freelance journalist and poet currently residing in Australia. His poetry, commentary, and reviews have appeared in publications in Oceania, Europe and the USA, such as Cordite, Morning Star, Hanging (more...)
 

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