City life is a smattering of hooks –
cars honking, street lights blinking,
the crowds of cars that form
a parking lot of I-5, dogs running
in the streets, sheets of rain
beating down whatever there is
to be beaten down.
Questions without answers,
unsettling to a world of order
Coffee and stress flow
from my fingertips –
not knowing where things end
and begin or if they do at all.
My cats sleeps in solitude,
my only respite for the day.
Dawnell Harrison has been published in over 200 magazines and journals including Mad Swirl, Mobius, Nerve Cowboy, The Journal, Queen’s Quarterly, and Hazmat among many others.
Dawnell has had 5 books of poetry published including Voyager, The Maverick Posse, The Love Death, The Fire Behind My Eyes, and The Color Red Does Not Sleep.
Copyright © 2015 by Dawnell Harrison
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