VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Tim Heerdink

Part-time Cartographer Takes a Call Midwest Telecom ringing offtones from the telephone receiverbeckoning a response from the captainas he teleports himself toward the entrance. A spike in volume sputters out its tiny speakerpressed between his ear & shoulder while he fumblesfor that one decent ballpoint people keep stealing from him. His tone carries low throughContinue reading “VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Tim Heerdink”

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Shane Allison

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Marc Olmsted

VACCINE Inoculate hungerInject educationUnplug Virus X tweeting!Mask socialism calling it“free health care”Drain oil abscessfrom gasoline planet’s armSocial distance the copsclubs & guns sheathedin weeping empathy –Police dog’s head of angernow stretched outon massive paws big sigh asleep

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Kushal Poddar

Goodbye, Dream  Near and far from the incarcerator, and near and far from our brother good memories ambush the rotten ones. What are you burning to forget? Everything between the zilches.  Now the one is gone. The code of the remembrance- zero, zero and zero. Did we remove all the metals from his heart? LateContinue reading “VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Kushal Poddar”

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Danny D. Ford

Balancing Act

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: J.C. Hawkes

R E D   C U R T A I N I have replaced my face  with a red curtain  because, I am hooked in  and willingly I disappear  into arms of  cockroaches,  a stockpile of dream  and manifest of circulation.  I found you  at the closing of market street  and we saw each other Continue reading “VOICES FROM THE FIRE: J.C. Hawkes”