By James D. Casey IV

writing on the mad notes
all across the 
bottle . . .
made of crystal ball
and algebra . . .
skipping beats
on a dead
rain cloud . . .
counted on
an eyeball
abacus . . .
when a god
I will listen . . .
but what if 
it is
me . . .
missing the march
of fenced in
reality . . .
just kidding
not today
Satan . . .

James D. Casey IV is a southern poet with roots in Louisiana & Mississippi. He currently resides in Illinois with his Beautiful Muse, their retarded dog, and two black cats. Mr. Casey has authored six books of poetry, and his most recent title is Death & Love/Love & Death released October 13th through Cajun Mutt Press. His work has also been published extensively by literary magazines and small press venues including Medusa’s Kitchen, Outlaw Poetry, Beatnik Cowboy, Triadæ Magazine, The Rye Whiskey Review, Dope Fiend Daily, Under The Bleachers, Zombie Logic Review, Horror Sleaze Trash, Pink Litter, In Between Hangovers, Tuck Magazine, and several others internationally. James mainly spends his days writing poetry, but also enjoys practicing magick and cooking Cajun cuisine.

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