Poems by Antonina Rousskikh

Room One hundred people in a room Speak in a deafening drone But all I can hear are my thoughts, Vehemently fighting, crying, screaming   Seventy-five people in a room Dance to the hypnotic rhythm But my fleeting feet take me away From the harrowing ringing in my ears   Fifty people in a room … Continue reading Poems by Antonina Rousskikh

Poems by Brian Rihlmann

EAT THE FRUIT and who's to say... maybe some tremor of what you called you may wield the sceptre instead of the pick and shovel on your next orbit but what you call you won't be there don't hope for that and should this trouble us? we're barely here when we're here we drive this … Continue reading Poems by Brian Rihlmann