Thursday, 5 February 2015

1 Poem by Michael Fadum

“Hey Sunshine, Stop Snoring!”

She sleeps in clothed sheathes
Blonde hair leaks out like leaves in a levy

She channels Florence
Having worked the night shift
Black scrubs replace a white dress

The charcoal cocoon
Hides her from the noon sun
Like a caterpillar curled up in down

Honeybees buzz
In rhythmic gasps
Letting the outside world know
She still breathes

Then I wake up beside her
And blurt the title

Bionote

Michael Fadum holds a Graduate Degree from the University of Central Oklahoma.  His work has been published in several literary journals and if the reader wishes they can find more of his work on his Facebook page, but what he really wants is to write something worth reading.

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