Microfilm archives plundered from https://cdnc.ucr.edu/. YOU MAY ALSO LIKE…
Many poets, staggering through the front door after a large holiday celebration with family or in-laws upstate, overwhelmed by a pile of Regifted Fruitcakes, sink into a morass of despair.
There was the time I had stolen my brother Austin’s pants and walked to town in them, every hair in place, and for years they thought his hair was curly.
THANKS FOR READING! SEE YOU NEXT YEAR
by Tark Mackintosh Peoria’s own Poetry Society announced this morning that, in addition to the title billing of known poets Miss Mary Mackryll and others, it would open its monthly doors for the first time […]
Every week our Theme Expert, Teddy, goes into detail on a new theme. This week’s theme, just in time for the holidays, is Homemade Eggnog. Many poets forget about the real meaning of Christmas while […]
You can stop feeling crushed and small, because this week’s theme is all about Getting One Up On The Joneses.
Commentary by Tark Mackintosh ‘A Tale’ One of the earliest surviving poems by Gulliver S. Gulliver, writing as a child under the pen name (name of the plum in French) of New York Sun, possibly […]
BILL OF FARE: Extract of Susan’s urine
Every week our Theme Expert, Teddy, goes into detail on a new theme. This week’s theme is Scooped Twist Back Duplex Support Workout Bras. If you are like most poets, you like to look good […]