Jolts of life in a sacrosanct
continuance of white noise
the dangling acumen of
puppet masters far away;
the side-product of theorems
belted out in C-sharp. Our overall
condition is that of a weakened anemic
with a blowgun.
Dan Hedges teaches English in the Sir Wilfred Laurier School Board of Quebec. He has also taught at Sedbergh School, and the Celtic International School. He has lived in various international locales, including Spain and Mexico. His poems and flash fiction have appeared or are forthcoming in The Monarch Review, Haggard and Halloo, Mad Swirl, The Journal, Undertow, poeticdiversity, Wilderness House Literary Review, Blink Ink, Kenning Journal, Marco Polo Arts Mag, Inertia, Retort Magazine, Whole Beast Rag, Touch Poetry, Short, Fast, and Deadly, The Maynard, ditch,, Coatlism Press, The Greensilk Journal, Certain Circuits Magazine, Literary Chaos, and several others. His Ojibway name is Kakagiwe Biness.