I wanted to do something based on the interrogation scene where Evil Coop is visited by Gordon, Tammy and Albert. It’s a scene that makes my skin crawl, brilliantly played by all concerned. Here are a few haikus about it.
Sitting Behind Glass
Sitting behind glass
But he’s with you in the room
The darkest feeling
Face of weathered stone
That cracks on recognition
Of concerned old friends
Is it genuine?
Eyes fill you with doubt and fear
And something much worse
Once filled with a hero’s soul
Carries now echoes
Echoes of recall
Fragments of knowledge mixed up
You pity this man
Whose dark eyes reach into you
For he is elsewhere
Words escape his mouth
Like it’s ne’er before been used
A stilted, flat voice
Requesting release from you
But there will be none
Bring the curtain down
Banish the sight of this thing
Thankful for the glass
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Just a Photograph – a haiku sequence
Mike’s Story – a haiku sequence
Are you still seeing this…? Some limericks
Palindrome for Dark Woods – a poem
The Battle of the Bob Bubble – a poem
Cinquains for Lucy, Audrey, Candie and others