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A poem about a man who killed his wife, now he’s sitting in a cafe waiting to be arrested Innocent tulips, a splash of colour On a dirty cafe table Artists mustard brush strokes Coat legs that are unstable Blood-like wine, soothes the throat Sweet smoke inflates black lungs Flames lick skyward from the fire […]
Submitted by Dani Cowboy Grit Through whispering willows and age old pines, Thin mist veils, The red sunrise eerily shines, Over rocky roads and dusty trails, The Cowboy rides, Looking for strays and ones left behind, A glimpse of a horn, and maybe some cowhides, Could be all that he will find, But he will […]
As it turned out, it was all about memory. Chadwick Kirchmeier had spent a large portion of his long life fiddling about with stuff. At least that’s how his wife Veronica described it. They were both a bit forgetful but not so much that it caused problems. They were not what other people would consider […]
“Shhhhh…get down!” That’s what I “felt” my roommate Mack say more than heard it. He had half crab-walked, ran crouching…ducking in and out of my peripheral vision, hissing his invective. I didn’t countermand the request. Our experience as teammates, and years of training had taught me to move first, then think… I hit the floor, […]