At The Airport Poem by Dominic Windram

At The Airport

Rating: 5.0


Fractured voices;
Labyrinthine corridors;
Dizzying images:
A blaze of gaudy colours;
Consumerist paradise:
Bewildered herds of buyers;
Cattle like in their movement.
Confusing check in desks;
Constant surveillance...
And then packed like
Sardines in a tin
We fasten our seatbelts
And prepare for flight!

At The Airport
Tuesday, September 3, 2019
Topic(s) of this poem: satirical
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Sylvia Frances Chan 03 September 2019

A 10 Full Score for the fantastic poem.

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Sylvia Frances Chan 03 September 2019

Impressive poem about a too small airport, as I noticed in this sentence: And then packed like Sardines in a tin. This poems reads gorgeously with a tinge of irony. I have enjoyed a very lot. Thank you for sharing. God´s Blessings.

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Dominic Windram 03 September 2019

Thanks once again Sylvia....arrived back in England yesterday after a fairly hectic flight from Dusseldorf. I don't travel that often and was quite literally gobsmacked by the whole experience. The airports were actually enormous...more like shopping malls...and then you get packed into a small plane...very claustrophobic...anyway at least I survived it! ! !

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