John Anusie, linguistic fever, cliché-collector/ alchemist at http: //thoughtpedal.wordpress.com is an aspiring writer of Nigerian provenance. He has published widely, mostly poetry, but dodges the epithet of poet. He has had a tiff with the muse for many months and at present divides his time between the short story and the feuilleton.
His interest is markedly eclectic -- History, ... more »
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Has Thunder cracked
Look behind you!
A jubilee of dust
Madness spiraling in smoke
And twisted steel.
Questions hang in the air,
Dark like the chambers of Valhalla;
Questions wed tongues
But the child is a stillbirth.
Tears have washed the streets clean
And it fails to find a meaning
In the rubble of the opium idiots.