Luke Buckham writes, collages, raps and sings, plays bass and drum and works as a janitor in New Hampshire. He was born in 1980. You can access more of his poetry through his blog at http://thenewtimes.blogspot.com/, where he posts regularly, check out his visual imagery on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/luke.buckham/photos_all?lst=844509529%3A844509529%3A1527606440, and listen to his music on Soundcloud at https://soundcloud.com/luke-buckham and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S9K-ZPmVVgU, where he has posted over twenty music videos in collaboration with video artist Bret Leighton. About himself he has little to report apart from the diary of cultural guilt already committed to social media. Write him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Photo by Em Langevin.
"Superegg Atlantis the Team of Bone the End of the Dial," "Wednesday, November 29, 2017," and "Bell Jet"
I have buried men like gods
dressed in the rags of the state,
my fiery way
in the throat of things to come,
beautiful women robbed
of beauty and sense,
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