Posts Tagged ‘ paul giles ’

“Famous Last Words,” by Paul Giles

Aug 19th, 2010 | By

SHIRT: “The first hanging is also the last.”

BED: “Tiredness: the little death.”

PILLOW: “Once bitten, twice shy.”

“Bathroom Bliss,” by Paul Giles

May 20th, 2009 | By

Bachelor Bisazza should not spend a penny on fixing his Disturbed Mother with grisly treatments: just one $500 Freedom voucher would clean her up for days. Look how she whips this poor boy of hers up to a level of apathy so bad he is committed. His mother is the first step to happiness in

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“This space intentionally left blank.” by Paul Giles

Sep 20th, 2008 | By

quiet shock of                                                                                                                              history eaten by train light breaks                                                                                                                    the coke machine this city’s anesthetic                                                                                                    no change left poems rained all                                                                                                                       well that’s changed day sorry couldn’t                                                                                                                everything give me find my umbrella                                                                                                                    back my undies blinking acid eyes                                                                                                              found my liver home stopped me                                                                                                              in that smarties in its tracks                                                                                                                                    pack thank god regret pulled my                                                                                                                  o didn’t i

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