Category Archives: Poetry

Tyson Bley – 2 poems

  The Vampire  The darkness is incredibly thick, like the vampire’s beard, like an animal doctor’s beard. The shadow of blood cast by the dead animals has turned black and crusty on the walls and floor, but on the steel … Continue reading

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Sean Kilpatrick – 2 poems

  Politics “Perhaps you had me in a yeast, doctor. Perhaps I haven’t even grown. Am I not often blindfolded upon request? Don’t you devote yourself to your blindfold? They’ll never wrought the stethoscope lethal enough to really hear me. … Continue reading

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Barrett White – 1 poem

  ERROR MSG The file opens for an update A wheel slowly circulates, arrows leading to one another. They pulse with light. The window closes Large windows open up in five different sizes, each marked with a distinct text. These … Continue reading

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Howie Good – 2 poems

  The Most Remarkable Substance Ever Eight famous lesbians who were married to men had escaped our notice. Here’s why – not the 20 most terrifying spiders on Earth, or mysterious lights in the sky, but a dog born with … Continue reading

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RC Miller – 4 poems

  APPLIANCE IN THE BALONEY SHIELD The camouflage is moving All the people not there To a tomb store. I need money because of the cattle. I need money because I don’t feel The tree I walk around. It is … Continue reading

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Tim Earley – 1 poem

  THE DISEASE SEQUENCING HAS BEEN INITIATED A branch belled with the intensity of river. Six buzzards. Flight choreographed for a time. And then they just flew the fuck away in different directions. Very few corpses are lonely corpses. Skulls … Continue reading

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Vanessa Couto Johnson – 3 poems

  WHY SPOCK COULD NEVER HAVE EVOLVED  If you ever watched a creature devoid of Plato, you’ll dispense the ancient West.  Until recently, we are all familiar with a gang led by Spock that viewed regretted recipes.  Their bodies full … Continue reading

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