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As the rain fades
headlights trace
an electronic image
of neon lights
on the road side
slick from the drops
which also litter
the silky trap
where the spider shudders
and shimmies
another day
another dollar
working for the man
at the office
more bread winning
where the loaf has
beady eyes
and wings
and squirms
within a silky trap
and the copy
continues to expand
with a rapping hum
as pixels scatter
on the other side
of the door.


(Photo Credit: Jeremiah)

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Mark Nenadov

Mark Nenadov
Mark Nenadov is a poet from Essex, Ontario, Canada. He lives with his lovely wife and their three young children. Mark's poems have appeared in numerous publications and anthologies in the United States, Canada, Pakistan, India, Australia, England, and Ireland. See http://www.marknenadov.com for more details. 

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