Poetry Drawer: blackout intervals by Jonathan Hine

once he gripped
it from this conflagration
of the concordant
horizon which
arranges itself and
is tossed and
merges with
the fist which would
grip it as one who
threatens destiny and
the winds deep inside weighs
the shadow hidden in the
yawning depth that surges over the
submissive graveyard
with faded finger

Jonathan Hine’s work has recently appeared in Dissident Voice, Academy of the Heart and Mind, Under the Bleachers, Duaneā€™s PoeTree and Horror Sleaze Trash. He has forthcoming poetry in Cajun Mutt Press and North of Oxford.

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