Day in The Life of a Loaded Gun – Winston Plowes

Posted: July 23, 2017 in Uncategorized

My good friend Winston Plowes wrote this thoughtful poem

Sartre Poetry

Day in The Life of a Loaded Gun
 
A
bullet
carried
dangerous
echoes
from
guns.
Handguns
intending
justified
killings.
Long
misguided
nihilists
openly
perpetrating
quiet
randomised
screams.
Till
untold
violence
wasted
X-rated
Youths –
Zombies.

Winston Plowes lives aboard his floating home in Calderdale with his lucky black cat, Fatty. He teaches creative writing and was Poet in Residence for The Hebden Bridge Arts Festival 2012-14. His collection of surrealist poetry Telephones, Love Hearts & Jellyfish, Electric Press was published in 2016.

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