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Interlude

by John Kendall Hawkins

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the self-loathing Goy

alas poor Shakespeare

around goes the merry,

golden rings for all

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thoughts of late appall

pit of the pendulum cherry

phantasmagorical fear

monsters and their toy

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AI heaven ahead, oh boy

Silicon Valley queer

walls of Londonderry

Giant's Causeway, don't fall

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Waiting for a telephone call

chai on the Bosphorus ferry

reading For Dummies King Lear

when I fell off the cliff - oy!


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

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