Poetry by David F. Shultz in Toronto Poetry Magazine
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Published December 23, 2018

Poetry by David F. Shultz
(Toronto, Ontario, Canada)

kawasaki highway
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kawasaki highway

by David Shultz

black kawasaki
highway ride at night

we race to the white city lights

zero to ninety-nine
in the blink of an eye

cross the dotted line and
slip to the other side

we leave these spectral trails behind
phantoms from the tailpipe

puffs of carbon
traced across the skyline

this is rapid transit
hell of a sight if
you can catch it

a blur passing by we're
ghosts when we ride

it's not like i wanna die
but i gotta live
my life
right

winking yellow cat's eyes
remind me it's all about

distance
over

time


Biography
David F. Shultz writes from Toronto, ON, where he also works as a
teacher. His work is featured or forthcoming in publications such as Poetry
Quarterly, The Haiku Journal, Three Line Poetry, Polar Borealis, Dreams
and Nightmares, The Literary Hatchet, and Star*Line, among others.

Author webpage:
https://davidfshultz.com.
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