3 Poems: Mecca, Tsarist Pop Star, and God and Judy Garland

THREE POEMS BY KURT BAUMEISTER Publishing initially by Five:2:One on September 23, 2018  #thesideshow, Micro-poetry, September 2018  creative writing, literary, poems, poetry 25 SHARES ShareTweet   MECCA   She dances death magic in white linen dress, careless eyes, sad, blue fire, her speech the slow, easy prose of alleyways and lost marks slain, she thinks in poetry, dreams of songs, …

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TNB Book Review: Joseph by Dena Rash Guzman

TNB Book Review: Joseph, by Dena Rash Guzman By Kurt BaumeisterJune 30, 2017 Poetry Reviews   “I Dug the Hole Already, joseph”   My beauty a shovel. A spoon of aconite and arsenic. In your mouth refusing food. To beg instead a stylish garter drama. Prussic acid gimlet. Open veins bleed hell. I’ll ring your bell, son. …

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Mansion

by Kurt Baumeister (published in Literary Orphans #27) This mansion is lonely, unlovely filled with drafts and cries weak fires in our nights the burning face of the present consumes memories rules my thoughts.   We have come to know this melancholy too well have come to love lacking anything else.   I know sadness …

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