Sunburnt, nearing fifty, with a gut he can balance a pint glass on, he kicks a dandelion head into August’s airless blanket, trying to reseed the blurred horizon’s spoiled dreams. Their green-gone-black’s stacked in the thick air’s choking famine of his yard. Craig Dobson has had poems published in The London Magazine, The Rialto, The […]
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