Mike Adam


Took A Jig-Saw - Poem by Mike Adam

Lather me.
Shower and hose
This dirty man

Clean
Baptismal would I come to you.

Took a jigsaw to emotion,
Boxed, buried in closet,
Frustration locked in
Cruel denial.

Earth shudders krakatoan,
Darkness and fire combine
Water covers land
Smoke obliterates sky-
Yet still, concupiscent
The race survives.

2004 tsunami,250,000
From 7 billion.

Walking each morning
Patong beach, day upon day

Leaving for Samui,
Patong beach washed away.

Old snake-head of yore
Swept in salt water
Practiced, alive by default.

Are we now to be the mystic melt
Creation or depletion
To stallion or to geld?

Topic(s) of this poem: tsunami


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, October 31, 2015



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