Anew, Hills and Births

By Jamiu Olayinka Olarinoye These hills and its bump are a stub of nature. Its lock of land, raised above peer culture stretches, and drags claims with the mountain; its inspiring hillbilly squats have and contain some ginger trees and lake-lines running miles. In these low-lying region lays life in man's embrace. The rural toils, … Continue reading Anew, Hills and Births

Mortar Dry

By Ryan Flanagan   the weather down here is a scapegoat   that cymbal you see is band leftovers   my raucous stuffed into an aluminum air vent with comparable local rag circulation   particle board fission taster   squint shadows under numbered doors   unruly marshland flooding over seven denarius hills   hold my … Continue reading Mortar Dry