Bill Yarrow's most recent book is ACCELERANT from Nixes Mate Books. He recommends Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
"Yugenics" and "Jabberwonky"
I am sitting in the shadow of fortuitous buildings,
the Bhagavad Gita on my mind, but I am part of
no such embroidered parable. So much so, adventure
seems hardly to exist.
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"Just One," "The Wall," and "You Can't Get There from Here"
You're in Brooklyn, a place of cruelty
in your youth, a place of probity
in your dotage. You sit on a bench
vacated by Jamaican nannies
under which portly pigeons nuzzle
"Sin Embargo" and "The Rinsed Messiah"
Evil's another story, a story
whose orphan narrator is misery,
married to pain, son of suffering,
sibling of spleen. I have seen evil.
You have too, so you know there's
only one way to get rid of it.
"The Tomb of Baudelaire" and "The Point"
If you're not any more interesting polluted
than you are pristine
then what's the point?