Tag Archive: conceptual poetry

Cheek to 2

The problem with sequels is how to stretch one thing to dual proportions. Repetition is out of the question — but changing it loses its trajectory, loses its linear motion from A to… Continue reading

Cheek to

Shuffling papers, pencil atop my ear. Sweat-decolored shirt that reeks of countless nicotine butts dying outside.¬†I should probably head home. Probably now.¬†Through my periphery, him. Six years my junior. He looks like my… Continue reading