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Robert James

Robert James Berry lives and writes in Dunedin, New Zealand. His poetry has been published widely. His ninth collection, Toffee Apples, would be out at the end of 2014 from Ginninderra Press, Port Adelaide, Australia. He is married with three … Continue reading

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I explore the souls of clouds delve into anti-cyclones and other spinning things. There is immense ocean chewing even triremes befuddling air rescue searches there are escalating gales apparitions of drowned seamen, their bobbing seaboots to consider. I made the … Continue reading

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Spitting cat fecal smell you yowl at full moons. You’re stealth rock-cold heart interstellar-chill eyes rat-catching talons sleek machine. You preen like a Cleopatra I’ve never seen such vanity; were you a girl lovers would slay themselves. Robert James

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Ice battles bareheaded Monguls sweeping the world. You only retreated to select a new ruler otherwise your empire would have been widest in history. You chewed over the steppes like a blizzard, to the doorstep of Vienna. You were rapist, … Continue reading

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