Ann Arbor Review

INSIDE THIS ISSUE:

Bilall Maliqi
Duane Locke
Eddie Awusi
Silvia Scheibli
Amit Parmessur
Lyn Lifshin
Juan Hongi
Shutta Crum
Peycho Kanev
Fahredin Shehu
Lana Bella
Laszlo Slomovitz
Abdulrahman M Abu-  yaman
Elisavietta Ritchie
Michelle Bailat-Jones
Keith Moul
Aneek Chatterjee

Tom Evans
Robert Nisbet
Paul B. Roth
Alex Ferde
Alan Britt

Richard Gartee
Karyn M. Bruce

Ali Znaidi
Running Cub
John Grey

Jennifer Burd
Fred Wolven

Helen Gyigya


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--editor / Southeastern Florida
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A SUNDAY MORNING, OYSTERMOUTH

Swansea Bay and the town ahead of us,

the road back to Mumbles Pier behind.

The first café has lifted its shutters

but the waitress is no hi-guy lady.

Her smile icicles a stalactite’s track

from our orders to menu to pad. 

 

Beyond the street lies fable’s aura,

up the bay, where once were our university,

the bookshops, pubs, bespectacled girls

(and many pretty-sexy ones),

as there were literature and rhetoric,

promises made to an uncertain future

and the dances at the end of the pier.

 

A boy and girl biker, back from the pier maybe,

scratch match, his fag flares, he gobs well.

An early chapelgoer totes her hymnbook past.

But nothing disconnects.

In the tilt of the girl biker’s head

I see the pretty-sexy girls at the pier dances,

renewal and a first time round.

 

 

 

 

Robert Nisbet, Haverfordwest, Wales.

 

 

   


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