There’s nothing pretty about powerpoles

providing a landscape of nightlighting

and power potions for many notions,

but there’s a utilitarian creed

they and their makers and stringers follow

that all of us who get strung along need.

How our eyeballs behold their parallels!

TWIXT is the mononym-onym of poet Peter Specker. His poetry has appeared in Margie, The Indiana Review, Amelia, California State Quarterly, Quest, Confrontation, Writers’ Journal, Rattle, Prairie Schooner, The Prairie Journal(Can), Stand (UK), Tulane Review and many others.  His chapbook Less’ More may be found online at Azure magazine, https://www.lazuliliterarygroup.com/less-more-by-twixt.html.

 

 

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