Three Taco Haiku Poems By J.B. Stevens

Night sanctuary,

Purple neon bell of refuge,

Welcoming embrace.

Cheesy Gordita,

Crunch of my contented heart,

Flavor overload.

Glen Bell’s creation,

A 1954 birth,

Drive-In and Taco.

J.B. Stevens lives in the southeastern United States with his wife and daughter. He is a crime fiction writer, poet, memoirist, and book reviewer. He won Mystery Tribune’s inaugural micro fiction contest. His work has been published by Thriller Magazine, The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, and many others. He can be found online at and on Twitter @iamjbstevens.

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