November 18, 2019
"Mes de los Muertos"


Charlie Brice



[Poem]

Poem

Eleven Questions Honoring the Fortieth Anniversary of the New York Times Science Page (2019-04-01) poem unrhymed

"...What equation would we use?..."

Too Muchness (2019-05-06) poem unrhymed

"...she could have shot a Czar in 1917..."

Pig Penned (2019-06-03) poem unrhymed

"...there I was jammed into a dirt pen with a 600 pound porcine..."

The Psychotic Kitchen (2019-07-01) poem unrhymed

"...the writhing, wailing, whining, flesh- aggrieved, chicken carcass..."

Waiting Room (2019-08-05) poem unrhymed

"...worry's weight heavy on neck and shoulders..."

Ike and Mike (2019-09-02) poem unrhymed

"...She was two and a half inches taller than I..."

Can of Worms (2019-10-07) poem unrhymed

"...There should be monuments to my father..."

Nostalgia (2019-11-04) poem unrhymed

"...This whole megillah is so PC...."


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Charlie Brice
Charlie Brice


Charlie Brice is a retired psychoanalyst and is the author of Flashcuts Out of Chaos (2016), Mnemosyne's Hand (2018), and An Accident of Blood (2019), all from WordTech Editions.

His poetry has been nominated for the Best of Net anthology and twice for a Pushcart Prize and has appeared in The Atlanta Review, The Main Street Rag, Chiron Review, Fifth Wednesday Journal, SLAB, The Paterson Literary Review, Muddy River Poetry Review and elsewhere.



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