Poem #6 Before the Bridges Fell by David L O’Nan : “They Are Running My Prints” – poetry

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They Are Running My Prints (2019)

He was our pan, he was our pearl
He was our pre-fixer and our path
He was our pandemic, he was our praise
Now they are running my prints
To look for the oils in my skin.

The clusters of pebbles in crimson
To clear waters are now scarring
We scare back to our bacteria grip
With a straight wind quarrel
The composer even trips
Absorb in mentally
Absorb in innocence
Absorb his narcissus esprit
Absorbed in his kill

He was a bruise, he was a brick
He was a bell witch, he was a bite
He was the briar,  the broken blade
He was bravery, he had that breath
Bending in to slay us in his plot.

Fingerprints for proof.

Poem #1 from Before the Bridges Fell by David L O’Nan: Narcissism Taxi Cab Parades – poetry

Poem #2 from Before the Bridges Fell by David L O’Nan :Black Jackets and Boneless- Poetry

Poem #3 from Before the Bridges Fell by David L O’Nan : “They Had Sadness in Their Eyes (like in Littleton)” – poetry

Poem #4 “Before the Bridges Fell” by David L O’Nan Remembering Carol Andersen

poem #5 Before the Bridges Fell : Fevers of the Mind to Inspire Artwork Series (2009) by David L O’Nan – poetry

Interview with EIC David L O’Nan with Anastasia Abboud on Grains of Sand : About how I write, my weird thoughts and a few of my revised Cohen Avalanches in Poetry Poems.

Wombwell Rainbow Book Interview: Lost Reflections by David L O’Nan (Part One)  several parts 

By davidlonan1

David writes poetry, short stories, and writings that'll make you think or laugh, provoking you to examine images in your mind. To submit poetry, photography, art, please send to feversofthemind@gmail.com. Twitter: @davidLOnan1 + @feversof Facebook: DavidLONan1

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