Tuesday, 5 May 2020

1 Poem by Paul Robert Mullen

the last time you were seen

 was late spring

sat in a clapped out car on the seafront

staring out at the waves

at dusk


counting stars

one for each mistake

and we all know

            how many stars the night sky

                                    holds

Bionote

Paul Robert Mullen is a poet, musician and sociable loner from Liverpool, U.K. He has three published poetry collections: curse this blue raincoat (2017), testimony (2018), and 35 (2018).  He also enjoys paperbacks with broken spines, and all things minimalist. Twitter: @mushyprm35
Magazines/E-zines/Journals/Anthologies published in: Allegro, Anti-Heroin Chic, Bending Genres, Black Bough Poetry, Bonnie's Crew, Cleaning Up Glitter, Constellate, Crossways, Dodging The Rain, Dreamcatcher, Eunoia Review, Four X Four, Ghost City Press, Heron Clan, Mojave Heart, Panning For Poems, Pendora, Selcouth Station, Sub Rosa, The Canon's Mouth, The Fiction Pool, The Fictional Café, The Foxglove Journal, The Interpreter's House, The Journal, The Mark Literary Review, The Pangolin Review, Three Drops From A Cauldron, Turnpike Magazine, Wellington Street Review, Words For The Wild.

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