Monthly Archives: February 2013
Blues I am lazy, the laziest girl in the world. I sleep during the day when I want to, ’til my face is creased and swollen, ’til my lips are dry and hot. I eat as I please: cookies and … Continue reading
“East India Grill Villanelle” by Cecilia Woloch Across the table, Bridget sneaks a smile; she’s caught me staring past her at the man who brings us curried dishes, hot and mild. His eyes are blue, intensely blue, hot sky; his hair, dark … Continue reading
Alas, there could not be found a dictation of this poem, so here is a picture of David Mason. Enoy.
A Bit of Skin by David Mason Across and aircraft isle a mother, young, in jeans beside her children, leans to pick up a drooped doll, and at her reach, the blue of her brief jacket lifts. My glance furtively … Continue reading
Tomorrow is a Long Time by Pammy and the Dust Buny Acoustic Cover
Tomorrow is a Long Time Bob Dylan, 1963 If today was not a crooked highway, If tonight was not a crooked trail, If tomorrow wasn’t such a long time, Then lonesome would mean nothing to ye at all. Yes, ‘n’ … Continue reading