Robert Brendan

(1979 / Calgary)

Waiting - Poem by Robert Brendan

A freshbuilt monster long
business park
with a parking lot laid before
it
it's broad black yellow striped
whore
empty
like the potential segments of this
quarter kilometer long
one story building with a
flat front
two mimics of corner facades
at the ends
and a pointless pyramid
shape on top of the
middle
that has no sign on it
and every window is black

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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 17, 2005



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