Beside The Dead by Rich Quatrone

BESIDE THE DEAD Nos defauts son nos qualites. One of the reasons I have not been able to pull this cottage together is that I don’t want to remain here. I think to move when the lease expires the end Continue reading Beside The Dead by Rich Quatrone

Sentenced & 3 other new poems by Ian Lewis Copestick

Sentenced I’ve been sentenced in my absence, so it seems To life without parole in this prison of poverty Through no fault of my own, as far as I know It just depends on how the dice are thrown There’s Continue reading Sentenced & 3 other new poems by Ian Lewis Copestick

Fuck You and The Horse You Rode in On by Gwil James Thomas

Fuck You and The Horse You Rode in On When you told me that you were posh I thought you were being ironic, but I really couldn’t care anyway. Nor does anyone care for your opinion when you butt into Continue reading Fuck You and The Horse You Rode in On by Gwil James Thomas

Museum of Corpses by Ahmad Al-khatat

Museum of Corpses Inside museum of corpses there are dead refugees bodies who died ’cause they were not characters, but priceless, experiments That helped humankind, with plastic surgery, they test dangers And feature The weapons Of flesh and blood, crash Continue reading Museum of Corpses by Ahmad Al-khatat

Orchids by Race Hochdorf

Orchids My body flat and white like the sands of Fernando de Noronha, your body dark and tan like an Amazonian rosewood and curving like Noronha’s dunes Two people from far off places I drank in the sound of your Continue reading Orchids by Race Hochdorf

First day of autumn & Tinnitus by Gerry Butterwick

first day of autumn first day of autumn ghost cloud vapors rise to merge with the rain the air carries the scent of the far-off electric storm tingling in my nostrils like soda fizz nothing is what it seems including Continue reading First day of autumn & Tinnitus by Gerry Butterwick

She Coughs When She Flushes, like I Don’t Know the Difference by Ryan Quinn Flanagan

She Coughs When She Flushes, like I Don’t Know the Difference She comes out of the bathroom with a towel wrapped tight around her head and asks me what I am reading and I tell her: The Human Condition is Continue reading She Coughs When She Flushes, like I Don’t Know the Difference by Ryan Quinn Flanagan

The Planet by D.A. Pratt

The planet … continues to hurtle through space in the company of our favourite star — knowing this gets me beyond all the burgeoning stupidity “out there” and the self-centred selfishness of “les autres” … D.A. (David) Pratt “continues to Continue reading The Planet by D.A. Pratt

I Will Wait For You by Ahmad Al-khatat

I Will Wait For You I will wait for you till the day I forget you It hurts me to realize that you cannot forget me meanwhile I used to love you only ’cause you had a thousand excuses to Continue reading I Will Wait For You by Ahmad Al-khatat