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“Flightless” by Scott Sparks

The shortsightedness of failed men It teaches children carelessness Someone else to pay the rent Hungry stomach, pocket lint Unwilling to spread wings they’re given Perched in flightless indecision The pestilence of failed men Teaches children wrecklessness Someone else blamed … Continue reading

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“My Only Obstacle” by Scott Sparks

The warring within me is warded off rarely Uncivil is this conflict, stripping bare things deemed necessary Self conscious; to myself I can be obstinate When I should prosper, my only obstacle is counting losses, ignoring profit A voice giving … Continue reading

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“Thom’s Redemption (and Demise)” by Richard O’Brien & Richard F. Yates

There were two things Thom considered fun: a game of bowling and a witty pun. The former was an exciting sport, but some haters said the latter made for a lame retort. The moment of his life came when he … Continue reading

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“Low-ku 005” by Richard F. Yates

Acid nipple stick Very cold under nylon Limited time only —Richard F. Yates (Commander in Cheap of The Primitive Entertainment Workshop) https://primitiveentertainment.wordpress.com https://www.patreon.com/primitiveentertainment http://readadamnbookwithrfy.blogspot.com

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“Axel Ping Cotton Bullion” by Poetrybot 070 (Licensed to Confound)

Fatal cereal Instant mildew record collection Wind chime alcohol Pristine earwig marble concentrate Halifax postmark Incorruptible but covered in blood Blunt triangular exit wound sings Malcontents dance in sorrowful circles Lexicon broken Whistling shards Vacuum flare for twenty pennies Pumpkin … Continue reading

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“Carl ‘The Butcher’ Stone” by Richard O’Brien & Richard F. Yates

Carl had done many bad deeds, always to satisfy his sickening needs. But his latest crime haunted him still; the thought of that day still gives him a chill. Carl knew his life would never be the same, always on … Continue reading

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“Litigious Street” by Richard O’Brien & Richard F. Yates

Sunny day, filing the torts away, on my way to where the lawyers meet, can you tell me how to get, how to get to Litigious Street? – Drawing a big, yellow birdy, Jim Henson’s intellectual prop-er-ty. The Count will … Continue reading

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