A POEM FROM A HUME HIGHWAY STRETCH BETWEEN BELANGLO AND CAMPBELLTOWN

Sun-fired wattle like god descending.

Between alien python tyre shreds,

scorched bitumen, shattered longnecks,

wombats with bloody skid marks,

the sleeping b-double veers

into a family's wagon. 

Sun-fired wattle like god descending. 

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Comment by Lorne Johnson on September 8, 2013 at 16:51

Cheers, Corey. Hope all is well your end. LJ 

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