“Roof Shingles Falling for Each Other”

By Ryan Quinn Flanagan A hand in the land, who needs a trowel? Dirt under the nails. Wires of robot circumcision snipped. Grass clippings over naked legs. Lyme disease ticks by the hedge line. A hand on the hip for balance. Roof shingles falling for each other. Perhaps some lemonade. Ice in a rattling sweaty … Continue reading “Roof Shingles Falling for Each Other”

Three Poems by Luis Cuauhtémoc Berriozábal

"SHADOWS" I see shadows  come into existence  between light  and darkness.   They box each other for the right to fill in spaces and places.   I doubt they feel any pain and I’m  certain they do not bleed.   "I READ THE STARS FOR A CHANGE"   I read the stars for a change. … Continue reading Three Poems by Luis Cuauhtémoc Berriozábal