Saturday, August 21, 2010

For one whole night

Some day I will find the time

I fell into the canyon

I was unconscious, it was a dream

I stare at the frames while you see the banquet scene

I'll let you say I love you when I know I'll never say it back

It's a battle not a war

We were the only ones with hearts

If you'd been giving me straight answers I wouldn't have to guess

I've been tired and hopeful

We've been over and over this thing we call love

Will you hold my hand when I go?

There are so many lessons I just don't care to learn

Could I be so bold and ask you?

Oh the people I've met

All the wonders of my world, all the wonders of this world

Memories are fresh round my hometown

Don't know who I'd be if I didn't know you

You say I'm selfish, I agree with you on that

I believe I am made of magic

Find your way out, find your way in

There's a key but there isn't a door

You begin to find your way out

Locked in a room that is nothing but walls

Where the people are pleasantly strange

Where she goes nobody knows

She fights for her life as she puts on her coat

Her morning elegance she wears

Ghost Pine

Jeff Miller's collection of true stories Ghost Pine (Invisible Publishing) is for every misfit, renegade soul and the awkward adolescent within. Long live zines!


Together, Alisha Piercy’s two novellas make up the latest reversible book Icebreaker/Auricle by Conundrum Press. Here's a snapshot from her reading at the Khyber Club in Halifax a few weeks ago. 

Monday, August 16, 2010

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