November 18, 2019
"Mes de los Muertos"


John Grochalski



[Poem]

Poem

snowball fight (2018-04-02) poem unrhymed

"...forgetting that life back on childhood streets..."

fat american kids at the anne frank house (amsterdam) (2018-04-30) poem unrhymed

"...not a single one of them has a clue..."

walking to work poem (after frank o'hara) (2018-05-21) poem unrhymed

"...and i have every house on this walk memorized like bad poetry..."

gentrification took away my favorite bar (2018-06-25) poem unrhymed

"...gentrification took away the cheap beer..."

bargain shopper (2018-07-23) poem unrhymed

"...it's murder in the dairy aisle..."

saturday at the beach (2019-07-08) poem unrhymed

"...sitting upon plastic, lawn chairs..."

romeo (2019-08-12) poem unrhymed

"...romeo always whispers something and his boys howl and slap five..."

did it leave a mark? (2019-09-09) poem unrhymed

"...like a clueless john wayne..."

the bicycle fixer (2019-10-07) poem unrhymed

"...there is a whole world away from my window..."

a man sharpening a machete (2019-11-04) poem unrhymed

"...quite a sight to behold..."


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John Grochalski
John Grochalski


John Grochalski is the author of the poetry collections, The Noose Doesn’t Get Any Looser After You Punch Out (Six Gallery Press 2008), Glass City (Low Ghost Press, 2010), In The Year of Everything Dying (Camel Saloon, 2012), Starting with the Last Name Grochalski (Coleridge Street Books, 2014), and The Philosopher's Ship (Alien Buddha Press, 2018). He is also the author of the novels, The Librarian (Six Gallery Press 2013), and Wine Clerk (Six Gallery Press 2016). Grochalski currently lives in Brooklyn, New York, where the garbage can smell like roses if you wish on it hard enough.



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