Tag Archives: Mike Brennan

Karma is a Killer

Karma is a killer the derringer is concealed in her ruby stocking The leg dangles to strangle forewarning the sensuous constriction that comes with premeditated death Break her body of bread and be deprived of wine if only to whine … Continue reading

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Requiem for a Drunk Sailor Drowned

Promise me that when I die no warships will be sailing the skies no gun salutes will shovel gravel over the grave no flags shall be folded nor draped across the door that contains the shell, the fossil, the memory … Continue reading

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Reflections

A cracked mirror stared ahead with a stoic reflection of selfish intention seven years of misfortune and the layered failures of the point where my future laid waste to my past It is everything to comfort a shivering November weak … Continue reading

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