ON A HIGHWAY IN TASMANIA

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Recently I’ve been all the way to Tasmania and that’s the excuse for the long silence on this blog. But now I’m back, and still in poetic action.

Out walking on the highway one day I saw this road side shrine. They always make me wonder about the person who died and the tragic effects on their family.

 

 SHRINE

This is where the brakes  screeched

here on this highway

and I unknowing and unhearing

could not reach

nor try to say

just one last word

of healing.

 

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About rhymebydesign

Mother, grandmother, mainstream poet and short story writer. Started off in life as a teacher, but then moved out of the classroom in to educational administration. Curious about what makes people tick, including my own tickings! I enjoy long walks, thought provoking books, theatre and leading a simple life. I offer a customised poetry writing service for any occasion you might like to mark. Contact me at rhymebydesign@hotmail.com for a quick quote.

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