Flashing Red Next Door & 2 other new poems by Paul Sohar

Flashing Red Next Door don’t you see? what? the red spots splashed on the ceiling coming and going and sticking splashed on the night from the drive next door no, it’s from farther down the road and no, I’m not Continue reading Flashing Red Next Door & 2 other new poems by Paul Sohar

Us Humans & Four other poems by Paul Sohar

US HUMANS the stone in my hand smells of unconquered air visions of meters and yards — let’s kill not two but a dozen birds, it says, pigeons, crows, loose-bellied geese and ducks, blue jay officers and swarming helicopters, let’s Continue reading Us Humans & Four other poems by Paul Sohar