Blockbusters – A Poem


Nice!! Not into poetry but a great read!

Annika Perry's Writing Blog

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Today is the 21st National Poetry Day here in the UK with events taking place nationwide with flash-mobs of poetry readings, Blackpool lights ablaze with verse as well as schools around the country taking part in a Readathon. 

To celebrate the event I want to feature the work of a friend and new poet, Thalia Gust. I find her work astonishing on so many levels, at times ethereal and spiritual, then humorous, later down-to-earth. From the personable to the international.  Always a delight and I hope you enjoy and find the poem as rewarding as I do.

Blockbusters

We have ‘Blockbusters’, ‘Hits’, ‘Bestsellers’

All aggressive words and little to do with Creation.

We grab some food, hit the sack, beat the record.

Where is the grace gone?

♦♦♦

Pour souls, beaten to death

No succour to be had

Art and literature turned to weapons,

Stealthily harming us all.

♦♦♦

Where…

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One response to “Blockbusters – A Poem

  1. Many thanks for the reblog.

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