by Dale Braun
Dale Braun is a graduate of Indiana University with a BS in Criminal Justice. He is a twenty-five year veteran of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department where he holds the rank of Lieutenant. Currently, he is assigned to uniform operations as a shift commander. The poems in this issue of Amarillo Bay are Lt. Braun's first publications. He lives in Indianapolis with his wife, Sarah.
I was on E and had to get to a gas station before I ran out.
You should be out catching murderists and rapers.
I was trying to get away from the bee in my car.
Do you like my boobs? They're brand new.
Don't you have anything better to do?
I just moved here from Michigan.
I have to go to the bathroom!!
What is this, Nazi Germany?
My wife is having a baby.
My brother just died.
I was not speeding.
This isn't my car.
I'm a tax payer!
Yeah, very nice.
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