Someone Else’s Graffiti

She had a face like a photo-fit
Or the kind you’d find on beer mats,

A grimace from a court sketch,
A frown all ridged and unwell.

She was someone else’s graffiti,
A stuttered chapel prayer,

A feeling something’s never right,
A dizzy, spinning moon.

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7 Responses to “Someone Else’s Graffiti”

  1. paulhigham Says:

    De-lish

  2. ‘A frown all ridged and unwell’

    I liked that line. Nice write

  3. great imagery – I like the line “A stuttered chapel prayer” Nice poem

  4. I love your style =)

  5. dunstancarter Says:

    Thanks for the feedback!

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