This is one of my more playful pieces. If you can’t tell already, most of my poetry comes from my own day-to-day experiences.
I found a canary one day, and at that time I was strenuously denying to my friends that I wrote poetry, claiming that I just wrote “creative stuff.” This poem was a playful summation of what was going through my head that day.
About the Writer:
Paul South has been writing for more than fifteen years, and has performed at literary events including The Melbourne Writers Festival, The Fringe Festival, and Words in Winter in Daylesford. Tragic and often comic, Paul’s pieces have a disarming simplicity and directness that make him a crowd favourite. His book of poetry and prose, Rats Live On No Evil Star, is being published this spring.
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