"Better to have enemies than a typewriter that lies."
The poems of David W. Rushing are illustrative exercises in entropy. With everyday language, these poems discuss the horrific experience of being human; not the little annoyances or great traumas, but the slow deterioration of existence. Using symbols such as red hair and flaming foothills, he'll share the burden of your everyday ennui by reminding you that it will eventually end.
David says, "I've been published in 50 magazines and was nominated for a 2003 Pushcart Prize. I teach ESL English during the day." Drop him a line at email@example.com.
David's works here at Unlikely Stories are:
I Can Remember