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The Last Motel on the Left

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John Hawkins
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Normative. Like that word. Normative Bates

opened a motel. Motel Sex. Highway,

dark, buffet-fed, playing cards with his mates.

Bullshit poker, antes up, Brothers Kray.

There's a revolution on --- water, blood

down the drain, a blue iris in full bloom

like the last painted still life of the good

caught in the headlights, unsuspecting doom.

Aye, what am I on about? What's my need?

I've been driving the long highway, no lights,

rubber radials, tacky tar; I bleed

out, soulless, leaking out ancient insights.

Bogie's at the scene with some Chandler femme,

who says to him, It's either us or them.

Why not sign up for free at my Tantric Disposition Matrix, my Substack site.
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John Kendall Hawkins is an American ex-pat freelance journalist and poet currently residing in Oceania.

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