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~ By Courtesy of Others ~

 

Odin

It was a savage walk
filled with brimstone and fire.

A vicious wind slapped my face.

Manifest anxieties echoed across
the dark expanse.

Billows of boiling black distilled
as a funeral shroud.

Bombarded from the sky; Hail
stones big as a fist.

Falling to my knees, trying to
blunt the blows.

The Gods, proving their superiority,
have loosed Odin again.
 

Mike Berger

Mike Berger is an MFA, PhD. He is retired and writes poetry and short stories full time. 
He has published two books of short stories and seven poetry chapbooks.
He is a member of The Academy of American Poets.
 

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