Last Poem of June

We are finishing the month of June with a poem from our very first contributor, Scott Owens, titled The End of Love which refers from the phrase “tell the truth about love” in Amorak Huey’s poem The Contortionist Twists the Bearded Lady’s Word & Things Get a Little Hairy Between Them

Posted on June 30, 2011, in Uncategorized and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Richard Allen Taylor

    Scott has eloquently captured the essence of what it means to lose the passion that marked the beginning of . . . anything that began with a passion that is no more: a relationship, a job, a project, a belief. Well done!

  2. Thank you, Richard! And, I’ll see you tonight 🙂

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