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Cappie's Raging Blue Baals: the Opoem for the People

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Cappie's Raging Blue Baals: The but.Opoem for the People

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by John Kendall Hawkins


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America

Blue balls in a China shop, pull,

sweating it out, a raging bull

on the lookout for a squeeze

in the marketplace, de'tente,

the after image frieze

on the wall of some Wuhan haunt,

a redlight district dive

barely kept alive,

a barfly

virus hive,

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John Kendall Hawkins is an American ex-pat freelance journalist and poet currently residing in Oceania.

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