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Running Through Rumination by Consequences

Now you know I close my eyes in pain, hiding behind eyelids guarding grimaced smiles that remain. My presentiment revealed does not stop my execrate…


Letters from a Heartbroken Pervert: The End

Yesterday was the last day of an amphetamine bender. I slept for like two hours and then took a bunch more. Spent a lot of the day in airports…


Whip Crack

The control room was tense, there being little trust that this thing would actually work. “All stations report green lights, sir.” The control…


The Legend of Kana’ti Longfoot

By the time we walked to Ooltewah we knew we had a killer in our midst. When the men went hunting on Lookout Mountain, Brandywine Sue never returned.…


Last Days and Testament

It all ends like this. It’s 10 p.m. I’m on Greene Street in SoHo; it’s starting to rain, or it’s just stopped raining. I can’t tell. I go to a…


“The Bigger World,” “Anvil,” “Regret,” and Other Poems

the bigger world strummer dead and all of the tortured in el salvador and the way that nothing is beautiful in the first grey light of morning the…


The Story of Pec

Pec arose. The burden of the blankets didn't seem copious. Not enough for the movement of the blankets off of his body to cause his brain to respond…


“Springtime,” “Bored vs. Bored,” and “Demented”

Springtime Drifts of rain cascade lightly over shoulders Of the strolling eco-romanticists; When in smogging London Everything is melting Smog on…


Race Relations

A couple days later, my car won’t start. AutoZone tells me that my battery is bad. My boss had said that a cold front was coming, but I had ignored…


The Islands Tell of It

I paced restlessly around my apartment, not able to eat dinner or relax with a good DVD. My mind was racing, as well as my pumping heart. It was 7…