Bookends by Stefanie Bennett

Dereliction and white noise
Accompany the terse
Glad-bags of air
That our 21st century
Has on offer –.

The all-night pharmacy is run
By a smiling
“I don’t take prisoners,
Just badlanders” geekazoid
Whose euphoria
Comes from
Medieval history
In fugitive French…

Dead Set. My headset shuffles
The enforced 1812
Tchaikovsky overdraft;
Its liquid microbes…
Lost stars… and
The bleat
Of a carillon’s
Final round

Countenance –.

Stephanie Bennet

Stefanie Bennett has published several books of poetry, a novel & a libretto. Of mixed ancestry [Italian/Irish/Paugussett-Shawnee] she was born in Qld., Australia, worked with Arts Action for Peace & tutored at The Institute of Modern Languages – Cook University. Latest poetry book ‘The Vanishing’, 2015


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