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Hungry Guy

01.26.15 Posted in today's words by

Marc Carver’s most recent poem to appear here was The Open Door (July 2014). Hungry Guy By Marc Carver All my life I thought I was different not special but different in a way that most people could see now they look through me as if I was not there they know I am but […]


Reading Is a Bad Influence

01.25.15 Posted in today's words by

KC Bosch’s most recent poem to appear here was Holding Tank 911 (July 2014). Reading Is a Bad Influence By KC Bosch In 1963 Geoff Workman spent 105 days living in a cave below the English peat. Free from the sun and a clock he got to set his own rhythm, nights and days determined […]


There Are No Atheists in Infidelity

01.24.15 Posted in Contributor Series 9 by

Nicole Yurcaba’s most recent poem to appear here was Simulacrum (July 2014). There Are No Atheists in Infidelity By Nicole Yurcaba We are the infidels crossing no man’s land molding Eastern Europe to Scandinavian skin; absent without leave, crossing borders, sneaking beneath limp barbed wire that catches flesh-bits in its wolfish teeth. Sweated, shamed, exhausted, […]


Girl Talk

01.23.15 Posted in today's words by

Nick Talent’s most recent poem to appear here was Pulling the Thread (September 2014). Girl Talk By Nick Talent Girl, I hear you. You think he loves you because he feeds you good. I guess you haven’t noticed how often he sips and swigs quiet-like or how he drives with a Bud between his knees […]


At the coffee shop after the storm

01.22.15 Posted in today's words by

Christopher Roe’s most recent poem to appear here was Fulcrum found (December 2014). At the coffee shop after the storm By Christopher Roe The windows are all steamed up the gray world outside is a ghost the coffee shop alive with chatter the air filled with the smell of toast. With a rumble and flashing […]