Sitting Behind Glass – a haiku sequence

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.

coop jail

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


Hollowed container

Once filled with a hero’s soul

Carries now echoes


Echoes of recall

Fragments of knowledge mixed up

Corrupted data


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


Repeated phrases

Requesting release from you

But there will be none


Bring the curtain down

Banish the sight of this thing

Thankful for the glass

tammy

Thanks for reading. I hope you enjoyed that. You can see the video version of it here.

Please subscribe to this or the YouTube channel if you like it. It’s called What the Haiku! Twin Peaks poetry and more

If you did, there’s a whole load more on my YouTube channel – What the Haiku. This is haiku no. 235.

And, if you want to see more of my Twin Peaks poetry, you can click the links below.

Just a Photograph – a haiku sequence

Mike’s Story – a haiku sequence

Are you still seeing this…? Some limericks

Shelly’s Tale – a poem

Life’s Intersection – a poem

A Ditty for Donna

The Story of BOB – a sonnet

Palindrome for Dark Woods – a poem

The Battle of the Bob Bubble – a poem

Cinquains for Lucy, Audrey, Candie and others

The Lodge Palindrome – a poem

Two Coopers – Two Sonnets

A Sonnet for Laura Palmer

Cheers,

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