Poem written in a Laundromat or Cowboy Poetry for a Bull-riderâ€™s love letters For Jewell Kilcher [2nd best poet living in Stephenville, Texas / Cowboy
a cup of coffee by jim benz arrhythmia could it be another morning? ungodly perhaps Iâ€™m dead oh for the climate of dreams found lacking,
Stroking Egos at the Retirement Home by diy danna The retirement clock strikes another hour and a patient strokes, weathered hands still clutching the remote.
Buk’s Dead Body by shawn misener Hankâ€™s corpse, suspended over the room, drips alcoholic blood on all of us. Itâ€™s been up there for almost
Everything Happens When Youâ€™re Gone i was three days into Grace mostly Kelly when the thin tenor told me that the big reeds recruited you
OUT OF TOWN FOR THE WEEKEND by casey bush under the bridge a bum moons the passing commuter train heâ€™s already in his office while
A Thanksgiving Prayer by William S. Burroughs Thanks for the wild turkey and the passenger pigeons, destined to be shit out through wholesome American guts.
The world’s most decadent blogger by Gene Defcon Lives vicariously through his younger brother, Eric. ERIC: A real hit with the ladies – Face time
The Ghosts of Ron Defer by halifax Here and there I’d learned his name. It was spoken between the adults, Always with a look down
Ensnared Locust by pat a physics My cat was being stolen and, at the same time, I was entertaining a famous movie director at my