Sea-Monkeys

By Glen Armstrong   I'm afraid of poetry. Who’s to say that those interesting. Young people at the podium. Won’t summon a demon. Or make the whole room fall. In love. I have boots to reheel. And no time to feel weird. About daffodils and wars. That my grandparents fought.   Words ought to inspire … Continue reading Sea-Monkeys

Hideous Pranks

By Thomas Page A town of eyes stares down at the shackled Accused below it. Hysteria and Delusion coat the tongues of the Elect To spout out falsehoods about their neighbors. A court room full of deviled hearts and cold, Soulless, godless thoughts fraught with hellishly Forked tongues to make a new human derived Justice. … Continue reading Hideous Pranks