The hats have attached the application form, Madame
written by: Michelle Moloney King
Dumping protests only helps
nature, leave it do what it does best.
As it’s your observations that look
spare and spacey, it’s meant to.
Nature doing what nature does not
do best, like when the dragon
people took the plants for a spin to
Lift it and walk towards the window,
pain can be meaningful if you stare
at it enough, maybe name it next
time it springs up. Pass it up to me.
He brings blinded city people into
my cafe for rural head to-heads,
with their forgotten foods and
I want to play in the yellow
Coughing used to be her way of
talking / joining in. Did you talk to
anyone nice today? Yup, I
coughed. Oh no, that’s not you
Michelle Moloney King is an experimental poet and artist. She has an honours degree in computer science, a post-grad in primary education and a diploma in Hypnotherapy. She has been published in Spillwords, Dream Journal, Artistic Differences Project, Babel Tower, amongst others and was nominated for a Pushcart in poetry. She is a Visual Artists Ireland member and editor of Beir Bua Journal. Her website - Michelle Moloney King on WordPress.