1) Will hys body learn that “Hys body Is a weapon.” “Hys body Is a weapon.” “Hys body Is a weapon.” [and no Gun Safety Course exists] Will hys body learn that Hys fellow male Cheer and damn One another when “Hys weapon Pops off!” “Hys weapon Pops off!” “Hys weapon Pops off!” 2) Looking… Continue reading Try to Remember
This week featuring Kate Cuellar! 1) by Kate Cuellar After lengthy months of internal review, Management has handed down a short document, detailing its position on issues relating to the bed. Management acknowledges past failures in this area but feels that the formalization of policy will benefit all parties–Management included–moving forward. MANIFESTO OF… Continue reading Time for Bed
This week we look at the theme of Sanctuary. Featuring the work of Jacob Horstmeier. 1) EXtrapOLATIONS ON SANCTUARY by Jacob Horstmeier I was lost in halls of a statehouse, tiled walls adorned with ancient imaginations telling of a ritual weighing of the soul on a scale of costs and gains. Economies: nature at her… Continue reading Find, uh, home
1) NO NEED FOR FALLOW hung the pictures tonight after a restful drink and a dustful eight months one a postcard from a western friend one a design from other hands one a piece of paper w/ words each either an old lament each either an old friend each anew piece of who we’ve become… Continue reading Bounce this Ghost
This week we take a look at the theme of Control. Featuring the work of Rachael Everson. Enjoy! 1) how I ex(o)(e)rcise control in the absence of fear by Rachael Everson howling moon swan song/death rattle first light thorn covered heartbeat/long stemmed sighs willing back bends/breakwater cannon ball back molar beer bottle/bitten finger nail… Continue reading Ctrl . Alt . Dleet.
Maturation And suddenly my words stood gummed-shut up. Honey in a vacuum. A better suit to wear would have been nice, Instead of a balloon. Is health a private vision to be claimed; A tightening of the load. To float above with weathered parasol, And search for smoother stones. _*_*_*_*_*_*_*_*_*_*_*_*_*_*_*_*_*_*_*_*_* The body taught itself to… Continue reading lurning the curve
This week we focus on the theme of Revelations featuring the work of Neal Javenkoski. Enjoy! 1) The Spy By Neal Javenkoski 12 years old and infidel, I had never read the Book of Revelations. But it sure sounded like a nice idea. I imagined it the size of my hand, thin, but full to… Continue reading KN33L two R3V3AL