A (wee) splash of color
Some poems published in the August edition of The Legendary!
Tadanori Yokoo from “Posthumous Works”, 1968. (more)
twit light, the dark and mysterious story of Lord Byron
"I’ve been a professor of marine biology for 64 years."
“So with all that you’ve learned about the ocean during that time, what amazes you the most?”
I want to hang out with this guy and talk about the twilight zone
God even the cancelled ones are brilliant
in all of its yes
in all of its yes my body
is a cathedral of sweat
built on trust,
choired with a one-word
in all of its yes my body gives
& takes, this yes
is a listening yes,
an O God Yes,
a Please, Yes
What a great mouth I have,
loud in its lust &…
Hey look my friend April has a tumblr now & is posting awesome & important work!
Oh look! More beautiful poems by more friends!
— from my poem Halloween in the new Fall issue of Mobius: The Journal of Social Change. Thanks to the editors of Mobius for publishing my work, alongside urgent work by Cortney Lamar Charleston, Chelsea Coreen, Matt Dennison (who also wrote about Halloween), & others. Check out the whole issue for poetry + fiction about border crossings, homelessness, race, gentrification, drone warfare, labor. Special thanks to Becca Glaser, Lauren Ferebee, Sam Herschel, & Eric Berlin for their insightful comments & suggestions on various iterations of this piece.
Hey go read my friend’s beautiful poem!