October 30, 2014

Two poems by Kerry Furber

I am the Wal-Mart

Sainsbury's, Tesco, Carrefour, Costco.
Aldi Lidl Germans come for you
But they are the shed men
They are the dead men
For I am the Wal-Mart
Boom Boom Ka-ching!

Blind Fate

The sea, the salt, the silt, the swill
in permanence, 

a multitude blinks 
its instagram eyes,
and snap-shoots
the revolving door
ahead -

yet fails to see 

the turning.

Kerry Furber, aka Kezz, is a 56 year old writer and musician from Bath, England.  He has had a number of poems published in anthologies and journals by Forward Press in the UK.

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