Thread Count by Allison Grayhurst

Thread Count Tumble down the ocean stairs, mounting the whales’ trail, maneuvering depths and distances unfathomed. Dream in the city at 5 a.m., accustomed to the speech that comes just before the birds awake and take away all formation of Continue reading Thread Count by Allison Grayhurst

The Last Say by Allison Grayhurst

The Last Say Call it an infestation of worms floor-mapping your innards. Call it an impossible current directing you over the crater-fall or a whispered breath ricocheting inside your skull that whispers “Loser! Fool! You have never belonged!” But you Continue reading The Last Say by Allison Grayhurst

She Left With No Goodbye plus 3 other poems by G David Schwartz

She Left With No Goodbye She left with no goodbye No hug, no kiss, no such So I cant call her a liar I can only sit and cuss. You Use To Have A Boat (want a laugh? Look at Continue reading She Left With No Goodbye plus 3 other poems by G David Schwartz

The Nightly Die-in by Adam Levon Brown

The Nightly Die-in Phantasm nights give birth to lonely days The nightly die-ins succumb to strangulation in the same darkness which speaks in words dead-falling in shadowed silence There would be hope, if hope could sing – though my umber Continue reading The Nightly Die-in by Adam Levon Brown

Death is but a Prayer in the Lonely Night by Adam Levon Brown

Death is but a Prayer in the Lonely Night Loneliness haunts the visage once again The void stares into the emptiness inside Sidestepping around the shadow, embracing guilt and sorrow The bleak weather outside murmurs softly and grasps the cold Continue reading Death is but a Prayer in the Lonely Night by Adam Levon Brown

Pyres Settle at the Feet of God Complexes by Adam Levon Brown

Pyres Settle at the Feet of God Complexes Burning flesh smells a lot like road rash, except that the pain is a new sensation, derived from haunting memories The midnight oil burns fluidly, like two doves eyed across the sky Continue reading Pyres Settle at the Feet of God Complexes by Adam Levon Brown

Gambling with Life by Adam Levon Brown

Gambling with Life Miles of outstretched psyche void the final coupon, gambled on for quarters Maniacal mind-drift molds the mood for a penny whose thoughts beg for change Another hat-trick mind-cracking substance Another drink to mask the scars hovering over Continue reading Gambling with Life by Adam Levon Brown

The Return by Adam Levon Brown

The Return The perforated visage of moonlight cleanly shone, pierces through vanity Crumpled atop the sanguine mannequins, tripping on the mundane Saddled in envy, with ears aisled in shelves ransacked by a former love Molotov hearts bloom the ebon signs Continue reading The Return by Adam Levon Brown

I cannot… & The “Pale Blue Dot” by D.A. Pratt

I cannot … remember the last time I read a history of the world … the planet hurtles through space linked with its star (our star) not caring about this … I’ve lost interest in any history of where I Continue reading I cannot… & The “Pale Blue Dot” by D.A. Pratt

Direct quotes ABC site, I read the news Damocles oh boy, May 29, 2018 by James Walton

Direct quotes ABC site, I read the news Damocles oh boy, May 29, 2018 four men pose swordfish 436.2 kilos caught off Mallacoota it kept doing jumps and it was like someone was dropping missiles around the boat we heard Continue reading Direct quotes ABC site, I read the news Damocles oh boy, May 29, 2018 by James Walton