Grey by Stephen Daniels

It starts with a slow charge

annoyance after annoyance

a desert of sense

turns into a dust trace

of heavy hooved thumps.

 

It ends with wrinkled decay of justice

Grey men decide thick sentences

Skin crusts, where once

there was plenty to admire

Horns sound empty regret.

 

 

Stephen Daniels is a marketing director and the editor of Amaryllis Poetry (http://amaryllispoetry.blogspot.co.uk/). His poetry has been published or is upcoming, in various online magazines and websites, including Ink Sweat & Tears, And Other Poems, and The Fat Damsel. You can find out more at www.stephenkirkdaniels.com @stephendaniels

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