halifax in a sentence

halifax in a sentence
by laura roberts
halifax in a sentence:
fog and rain and art students
and everyone looks
like every day’s laundry day
and i cause traffic jams
wherever i go
just by looking
like i want to cross
to the side of the street
you’re smoking on,
arms spread wide
your stupid haircut
blowing in the wind

0 thoughts on “halifax in a sentence

  1. some poems just speak to me,
    you know?
    This caught my attention.
    Every day is laundry day.
    Perhaps I need fewer garments,
    a bigger washing machine,
    or a service to do it all for me.
    Maybe I should grow my hair out.

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