Monday, May 21, 2012

David S. Pointer


All throughout the solar flash
sunflower fields in white beyond,
lovers collect their severance
silence with grace and grief as
I feel a downdraft sweeter than
morgue fumigation, disinfecting,
the rush of lipstick stains past.

David reads "Shatterville":

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David confesses: "'Shatterville' was the result of thinking about intimate human relationships coming to an end. Some breakups are cordial while others are criminal."

DAVID S. POINTER has recent acceptances for the anthology Indiana Crime, The War and Peace Poetry Anthology, and a chapbook entitled MPs, Snipers and Crime at Writing Knights Press.

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