Derek Rawson

Originally from Australia, Derek Rawson is currently living in France. His poetry and other writings have been published in various online journals and print magazines.

Her Joy (In two lines)

Moving his cursor across the screen, the doctor circles a small patch of light and dark. “You see those two lines?” he asks, and we nod. “Well, Madame, let me say that you’re in luck!”

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Variations at Café Chéri(e)

The sun sets in the time it takes for the waitress to come. i) In light darkness we sit; how to order has slipped our minds. ii) A thought of leaving… But here she is, behind a red smile. iii) …

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Driving North

Shadows lay down across the bitumen

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She is the Cat's Mother

She knows the answer.

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thin as


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