Push-Button World

A poem about being what they don’t think anybody should be. And living with it. Click through for more.

Wings Cross Freedom

When a corner was important in visions and dreams and then…it turns out to compose of very interesting elements. Literally.

The Traditional End-of-Year Survey, Year 15

1. What did you do in 2016 that you’d never done before?
– Attempted to hit back when a gigantic man assaulted me. Would not do that again.
– Wore a two-piece swimsuit as an adult. Would do that again, with enough sun block.
– Ate octopus, shrimp and real mousakka. Would do that every day.
– Rode a Read on

Whale Fall Communist

Years of living in (what could be incorrectly perceived as) a whale fall colony look like this. Publishing dates are never a coincidence with tertiary Introverted Sensing.

Margaret’s Dragons Have Strange Ways

A poem where a Serbian man in Belgrade reads the front page of a newspaper that is the first in Europe (or one of the first) to bring a very disturbing news. The man then has a vision of World War I – but then quickly dismissed it due to the same folklore beliefs that brought the vision in the first place. The news then makes rounds all around the world, to places like United States and Australia, but that’s a story for some other poem.

Old World Romance

Ladies, gentlemen and others, I present to you…my ONE TRUE PAIRING (OTP). The best couple of the 1980s. A tragic death of two youngsters, one of whom was UNDERAGE. There was a whooping nine-year-difference between them, too. Her death was a suicide out of carelessness, he was murdered. And from then on, nothing was the same, ever again.

What if the Mirror Had Swallowed the Room?

Drunk people waking you up in the middle of a night after what was likely one of the best days of the year – if not the best – make for funny, absurd poems. Such situations are a great opportunity for self-parody, too.

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