RC Miller – 5 poems




A blue golf shirt matched with khaki shorts urinates into some trees. Its penis was long gone. All male golfers pee into little boys and initiate suffering from matched cart-fever. 

When a blue golf shirt becomes against the law, trees should arrange shorts by shortest penis spine. Urine puts on a diet the hole of an absolute angel.

That loaf on top of a tree was once a little boy. So flows the summer of khaki asparagus.






Tennis and terror lengthen Great Mother’s two-water demon star.
Plan a family and back fat wrong foot on crabs so far.
Skinned deer feed five-dollar mammograms weird flashlights shave taco.






Whatever, in-store TV untying Yemen for the sportsman varies buns always on the Cause pouring everything to be born an acceptance of a permanent movie playing inside the sea monster’s abortion vastly wetter than the business model for spills of K-Y.






Anti-witchcraft bobbles surviving money picture the next low noon unbagged.
Fuck in autopsy biblical manstration.
Help cure lipped straw.






Auto Carrie home life.
Lighters being/going gangless on


A wigged nape shart.
Gym. Steven. 

Artery tower.
Virtual fish drown fishing squats
Their wobbles fetch.





RC Miller lives in Metuchen, New Jersey. He is author of the chapbooks GORE (Calliope Nerve Media) and A Large Retailer (Ronin Press), and maintains a site via VISION BLUES





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