Rearview mirror

There’s a black suburu parked on the left hand verge
of the highway.  Two of them

walk from the galvanised pole –
taped orange flowers.

He watches her,
too far apart for hands

her face searches
the ground

picks up something
in the grass.

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2 thoughts on “Rearview mirror

  1. Andrew!
    I love your blog name. I love your words. I love love loved! yours and tiggies performance at qpf and im looking forward to hearing you at words or whatever soon!! I passed you book onto my best mates who just recently had a bub, we laughed and loved it on a road trip to Fingal! Yay.Thanks for using your soul to write.

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