Debbie Harry’s face;
from the limelight, darkness chills,
making straight boys blush.
at Studio 54;
fame – done and dusted.
Space dust factory;
full sugar moon rush, eclipsed;
Krispy Kreme doughnut.
Michael McGill is an Edinburgh poet who has recently had work published in Obsessed with Pipework, The High Window, Dream Catcher, The Transnational, Northwords Now, Glasgow Review of Books, New Walk, RAUM and The Haiku Quarterly. He has also performed his poetry on The Verb on BBC Radio 3.