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Sonnet: If You See Something, Say Something

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Sonnet: If You See Something, Say Something

by John Kendall Hawkins
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The vile light-seeking vampires have left

savaging black holes where stars used to be --

hidden pockets of sight no one can see

are all that still remain after the theft.

You could call such bleak emptiness sorrow,

where quaking angels are so trod upon

and Mankind is no longer a paragon,

the landscape of our quantum tomorrow.

Well, maybe I'm overreacting, but

I'm way too old to keep my sly mouth shut

about the devils who own our disgrace --

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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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