Category: Poetry

Bloodhound: A Poetry Collection, by Marie Casey. A review.

My relationship with Twitter is unremarkable. I participate, look around, hope that there’s some meaningful interaction out there. I’m definitely not a popular Twitter kid. It reminds me of high school. Yeah, I was a high school loser. Not invited to anything. Ignored for the most part. So, Twitter seems familiar to me – even […]

An Unusually Short Post That Has an Unfortunately Really Long Title

I’m talking.  This way.  See your skin.  In the rain.  Where you go.  To get grins.  And to stupefy smoke rings.  From a mouth.  That never.  Ever.  Touches the things. Sitting in.  A Doughnut shop.  Cold coffee in the grout.  Pebbles on the window sill.  I take.  My pen.  Force you.  To tug of war.  […]

A Foolish Wish of Improbable Proportions: How I Stopped Worrying About Space Debris

constables squeeze crude irradiated by bessie’s beard on paul’s right side giant worms steal silver forks while bats attack religious manics and tom restores order on a space station headed for the spoon   <restart process and program.  enter a glowing door made of breasts.  because ellis is chaste.  and chaste is great>   liadia […]

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