“Walk”

By Thomas Page I am student teaching a senior level class in Washington, DC. They have to write some poems on these prompts. I decided to try all 30 of them. However, I will not say what the prompt was but what it number was. Prompt #27 The clicker in my pockets, A sitting heart … Continue reading “Walk”

“Someone was Stealing Trucks”

By Ryan Quinn Flanagan Someone was stealing trucks out in the industrial park at Morningside Drive out by the water tower and the army of geese that crap everywhere they could so that the shop foreman instructed me to back all the delivery trucks into the sheet metal factory floor each night and padlock the … Continue reading “Someone was Stealing Trucks”

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