Our 35th installment haunts and lingers, like a ghost car that trails you for blocks. Just in time for All Souls’ Day and Dia de los Muertos, Brian Barnett’s “Night Drive” foreshadows journeys waiting down the road. *** Night Drive Down the dark highway My headlights blaze a path Nothing but shadowed tree limbs And signage to keep me company I catch a glimpse of a man He stood upright and rigid Wearing dapper clothes And has his thumb jutted Toward my destination I slow a bit considering to help But he doesn’t budge I pull up next to...Read More
Author: Brian Barnett
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