Author Archives: sandrathibodeaux

About sandrathibodeaux

Poet and Playwright

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  Darwin. Always on my shoulder: your eyes. We could drive like that for days.     Advertisements

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  this is how I like your love coded, in camo the dimming of search lights    

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  Redfern. In a world of his own, smiling at the safety of straight lines.    

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  after the wilderness, we needed new streets, smaller kangaroos, a ticket of forgiveness.    

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The Missing Haiku (cont.)

17 In the dream, a stranger calls, ‘There are 70 stitches of grief.’ We’re at stitch 36, needle and thread, longing for at least a ghost.    

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  I dream a pair of Jurassic fish gasping in shallows the ocean an Ice Age away      

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  15 in Canberra, you can go around and around in circles lost Griffin beating his wings round and round the city if we kept going like that we’d never make the sea        

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