Mrs Anon

Mrs Anon short poem

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A knock at her door, she opens tiny crack
“Mrs Anon?” enquirer asks.

“Who wants to know?”

“Are you Mrs Anon? Please tell. Has she come back?

” I need to know who you are first “wants to know!”

Enquirer shows his swipe card with photo
and very official look to the logo.

“What do you expect me to see that when me glasses I left on the side?”

She closes the door that never opens again despite the enquirers numerous knocks and “It is me!”

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Paul Brookes was poetry performer with "Rats for Love" and his work included in "Rats for Love: The Book", Bristol Broadsides, 1990. His first chapbook was "The Fabulous Invention Of Barnsley", Dearne Community Arts, 1993. He has read his work on BBC Radio Bristol and had a creative writing workshop for sixth formers broadcast on BBC Radio Five Live.
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