Wordsmith's Intersection: History (May/June 2004)
With photos by Martin Betcherman of Kingston
This relentless drowning....man, I really thought I'd
ideals of importance, far too rapid for my liking
scraps of here-and-now
are forged by the pupil,
and indistinctly recreated
by the blue oblivion
Submitted by Angela Teske
Horn of Plenty
I often have issue
with cellulose tissue
and words that start with an "n".
It's pollen, you see,
that leads me to sneeze
again and again and again!
is a mere
to a prescribed
a lifeless weary dull bore
pedaled onto a pillar
by one looking
bourgeois simply bores
lipstick on mirror
desperately trying to express
chroma of red in lusty scented room
rented by each tormented hour of passion
for possession signed and sealed in the constant dying
breath of youth.
Please note: the signature is in lower case and smaller because itís real!
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