Thursday, August 11, 2016

Big Red False Alarm - Poetry by Sam Freek

 Big Red False Alarm

With your long blue head
We switched directions
Your alter ego appeared with a gimmick
Everybody walked out of sync
It was a big red false alarm

12 days apart from each other
A craving came and went
Cursed loudly on the hour
Saw myself from the outside in
Thankfully you gave me mate rates

I invested in the noise of the superhighway
Wild dogs rode past with tourist eyes
Boredom jumped on the dreamers
Addicted to searching through the lucid trash
I became enraptured by the echo in your voice

Author: Sam Freek

Car 19 - Urban Street Photography

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Car 19 - Urban Street Photography by Sam Freek


Author: Sam Freek