Category Archives: Poetry

“Ice Fields” – Eric Basso, From His Book of Poems, “Ghost Light”

Here at DECAYKE we’re tremendous admirers of Baltimore writer Eric Basso. You can read a short bio and an interview with him here and here, at Unlikely Stories. The following poem, just one of the many great ones he has … Continue reading

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Who Cares How Long You Sink – Folk Forms Evaporate Big Sky

Before getting into this review, I want my readers to know that I will never put some form of grade system on it, whether they’re an ostensible joke or not. So, in the case of Foxy Digitalis or Pitchfork, you … Continue reading

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The Perverted New Economy Epistolary by Mark Lunt

substance closely College physical providers writing position New New Photography AIDS the Adobe state classes support clients Win Coordinator issues District’s with Linux Manager Photoshop with community English          6 & reduction regular years programs mental and Conducted security communication RELEVANT … Continue reading

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Poems By Mark Andrew Lunt

Lignes de Bataille: transgressive haiku for georges bataille and other philosophers of excess the[1] hai[2]ku[3] has[4] been[5] ex[6]haust[7]ed[8] as[9] a[10] means[11] to[12] ex[13]press[14] my[15] love[16] for[17] you[18] [1] syllable one, line one [2] syllable two, line one [3] syllable three, … Continue reading

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