Poetic Response: Shout Out for the Deacon – After James de Crescentis

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Shout Out for the Deacon

Bass woofers thrum a tsunami across the dance floor bodies electric hot-wired Afro Goth if the band’s loud enough bristles brazed they’ll kick the stops out wig-hat and all be the first ecstatic on death row to throw out the window a television set with its white noise demon placenta sluiced from a mouth tongue writhing cop-car lights off to jail in a cool down in a town where poets can’t smash the things they own without getting arrested.

{Disposable Prose Poem September 12, 2015]
Dr. Mike

Breaking the lightbulb of Song

Seeing Red Through Darkness ink & markers on paper

Seeing Red Through Darkness
ink & markers on paper

POUNDINGTHEDOORINTOGRAY_6

Under The Ocean Floor acrylic on masonite panel 48"x48"

Under The Ocean Floor
acrylic on masonite panel
48″x48″

Publications:

Chapbooks:

  • The space out back – Lakeville, N.Y. – La Huerta Press, ©1977.

  • Last minute notes about deep terror : poems and drawings                                                                                                         Bowling Green, Ohio – Pooka Press, ©1984.

  • Pounding the Door into Gray – Canyon, TX – Igneus Press, ©2015.
Anthologies:

      On Turtle’s Back (White Pine Press, 1978)

Journals:

      Cafe Review, Fell Swoop, Ibbetson Street Press, Lift, Nebo, New Letters

James de Crescentis lives, writes & paints in Boston, MA.

~Wally's Cafe~ ink & sand on canvas

~Wally’s Cafe~
ink & sand on canvas

Click to purchase your copy at Ingneus Press.
Click to purchase your copy at Ingneus Press.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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