Jul/Aug 2003 Poetry Special Feature

street poet

by Alberto Coscorrón


street poet

Buzz darts like a rabbit,
brick wall heaven all around.
Scared by his new habit,
spraypaint makes a hissing sound.

Cops are gonna get him,
break the rhythm, do him harm.
Blue suits don't need slogans;
jail cells are immune to charm.


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