“The licking of the fog upon our faces brings us reluctantly back to reality.” (Maureen M. Mills)

Embarcadero by Maureen M. Mills The San Francisco Embarcadero, a milling mass of traffic during the day, is almost deserted by eleven P. M. The State Belt Line railroad engines silently wait for tomorrow morning, when they will snarl traffic as they push and pull the railroad cards from one pier to another. Automobiles that …

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What: Poetry For the People:  When the World As We Knew It Ended When and Where: Friday, May 4th, 4:30-7:30, MUB 140 Meet new people, read your work, find out about the CCSF literary scene! Please contact Lauren Muller if you'd like to read your work, 415-452-5343 or lmuller@ccsf.edu 

“i am angry! / but lovingly angry,” (Gabriel Ariel Levicky)

Down by Gabriel Ariel Levicky prepare for paramilitary fuck... godhead will anoint you. so you too can afford a huge TV screen, the end of orgasm is comin'. just ask isadora. dictators of happyism rebuilt their countries spending vacations on different i-n-t-e-r-n-a-t-i-o-n-a-l pussy. hypocrisy software inc. is pissing a virus to our soda minds. yes, …

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“You are the brain, baby” (Madlyne Pagtanac)

One of These Days the Revolution Will Not Be Televised by Madlyne Pagtanac You are the brain, baby Fetus fruit that rots in the womb Congealed in the pickling gelatin of ignorance --Basket of maggots My forehead sealed, vacuum packed I can feel thoughts, thoughts of YOU Drilling through, drilling deep burrows; Separate compartments where …

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For Those Who Must Pay by Tomas Aquinas Valasquez After a battle Silence is not golden. It is ash gray, And blood is not red Where the silent lay, And the odor of death Is not sweet. It stinks of shit And rotting, butchered meat. After a battle The news releases say "Our losses were …

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