Three poems by Jon Pierce

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 if you read this as if

you read this as if you

read this as if you read

this as if you read this

as if you read this as

 

 

Doom

Abaca, dead; a cab, a decade fagged,

a hijacked lima bean, an opal ‘q,’

ransomed; a strumpet, and the Virginia

Reel are waxwork, xanthous; a yap of

zed.

 

 


 

Poems of J. Pierce have most recently appeared in Packingtown Review and Triggerfish Critical Review. One chapbook, Still Life with Rotting Baseball, was published in a limited edition box set titled Anything from Anywhere with poets Jennifer Moore, Brian Dickson, and Emily Tipps by High5 Press.


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