Category Archives: PublicTransport PoeTry

PublicTransport PoeTry – #5

***** Imprisoned Train (Norman Morrow) Upon surging waters of swelling tide, canopied beneath an azure sky, across the heads of swaying, sweating travellers, I yearn to see. Envious of the hooded man, draped against the window pane, beer slopping, from … Continue reading

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PublicTransport PoeTry – #4

***** The Waiting Game (Michelle Richardson) Life is like a bus stop – a waiting game, for sure. For when you think you’ve got it sussed It makes you wait some more. The traffic coming in and out can get … Continue reading

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PublicTransport PoeTry – #3

***** Snow (Cas Meadowfield) Warm coat, buttoned up to my chin, Feet pushed into Wellington boots, Woolly hat pulled down over my ears, At last I’m allowed out into a white World to play in winter’s gift ¾snow That still … Continue reading

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PublicTransport PoeTry – #2

***** Sitting at bus stops is free (Yvonne Marjot) ‘If writers want inspiration,’ Lucienne said, ‘Try using public transport.’ I’d like to, But since I lost my job it’s all I can do To eat and keep a roof over … Continue reading

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PublicTransport PoeTry – #1

***** He said…She said… (Catherine Lenderi) He said: Dreams are worthless! She said: What would our lives be without dreaming? He said: I see no point in life any more. She said: You are a grumpy old man, that’s all. … Continue reading

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PublicTransport PoeTry

As of today, I’m open for submissions, poetry or short stories, within a little project obnoxiously titled PublicTransport PoeTry. Why the title? Because all submissions must be either written aboard, or inspired by a chance encounter aboard a means of … Continue reading

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