Loose Words
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Loose Words



A free-verse poem

Photo of grafitti wall with indecipherable word stencilled vertically between orange and blue colour blocks.
Photo by ShonEjai on Pixabay

My shiny letters slip down
quick rivulets gliding
catching corners in gutters
— tink tink, confused onomatopoeia —
as they mumble down the street
in my third language,
the undeciphered flow
pooling in mad lib anarchy




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Jessica Lee McMillan

Jessica Lee McMillan

Poet, Iconoclast, Word Nerd. Likes shiny things. Writes on Philosophy, Music, Nature.

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