Rain (V2)

By Michael Lee Johnson   In the rain, this thunder on his way home he rebelled. He a disco dancer, single Friday night award winner on the floor.  High school dropout. He drove off the road edge. He was drunk, Jack Daniel’s was his driving instructor. Jack Daniel bottle left at grave. It never rains … Continue reading Rain (V2)

Summer Rain

By Dr.Syeda Imbesat Maheen    She didn't want this drive to end, She wanted it for miles and miles. In this beautiful summer rain, In the middle of the night. She wanted it to go for miles and miles, Until it would break into the dawn, Where all doubts are gone, And all pain has resolved. … Continue reading Summer Rain

A Night So Beautiful We Had To Burn Down The Senator’s House 40-42

By Darren Demaree   A NIGHT SO BEAUTIFUL WE HAD TO BURN DOWN THE SENATOR’S HOUSE #40 Ohio, do you love us? We know we do this in opposition to your leaking heart.     A NIGHT SO BEAUTIFUL WE HAD TO BURN DOWN THE SENATOR’S HOUSE #41 The landscape an hour short of dawn … Continue reading A Night So Beautiful We Had To Burn Down The Senator’s House 40-42

Shopping, Book Exchange, Alliterations Available

By Thomas Page “Shopping” The parking lot is full of them— Christmas Maenads—desperately Trying to park their Subarus, Fords, or whatever crossovers Popular these days. I’m almost Hit by them trying to reverse Into a lucrative spot near The Amish Market. Pure madness. “Book Exchange” This shouldn’t be as stressful as It is. It’s just … Continue reading Shopping, Book Exchange, Alliterations Available

Catlogues, Form and Fuction, Birds on a Telephone Wire

“Catalogues” Catalogues online are very Hard because out-of-stock items Disappear forever. Excuse Me, I was trying to find that Shirt in my size, now it’s gone for Eternity. Eons upon Eons I must live without that Shirt—age of frustrated shopping. “Form and Function” Form and function in a poem serve As a guide and game … Continue reading Catlogues, Form and Fuction, Birds on a Telephone Wire