Posts Tagged ‘ Poetry XIX.I ’

“Man in Nursing Home,” by Oak Morse

Apr 20th, 2022 | By

One morning man in nursing home

walks out of room with robe open, genitals hanging out.

Lady next door shouts Oh my goodness!

Then slams her door.

Man lifts genitals and says They dead.

“goose shit,” by Maria Giesbrecht

Apr 20th, 2022 | By

there’s a man in the park saying it’s been a while since he’s seen
a pretty girl open a book
and before I have time to curse his soul
to the depths of Hades
I laugh a little

“Signs You Are A Minor Character In A Disaster Movie,” by Jocko Benoit

Apr 20th, 2022 | By

You are in the middle of a bad marriage
or a great affair, or you are spending
your Vegas losses in a bar.

“Silly Little Pity/Slumber/Purge Party,” by Emma McNamara

Apr 20th, 2022 | By

I’m turning my pity party into a purge party and
all my exes are invited—
dearest darlings, serenade me at 
my silly little slumber party starring a bunch 
of queer gals with one(1) Emma™ in common—
what could possibly go wrong?

“Lady Macbeth Channels the Cat in the Hat,” by Mary Cresswell

Apr 20th, 2022 | By

I do not like you, Duncan King,
old fart lord of everything—
I will smite you with a pox
stick you in a wooden box