Until Sometime Again, by Parker Tettleton

by Benjamin Imamovic

I stray & sleep in a nation where at least one’s more famous to fear. Where exes invisible themselves thus you on social networks, like we were ever social & our ice cream’s gone uniquely wrong. Where the dawn is deaf & dumb to the sound I make out of a bed of leaves on another apartment’s shitty lawn.  Where my sentences are longer than a sweet thing’s treed.  Where is me & why, oh how, do you please?


Parker Tettleton’s work is featured in &/or forthcoming from elimae, Mud Luscious,  > kill author, Gargoyle, The Catalonian Review, & Drupe Fruits, among others. His chapbook SAME OPPOSITE is available from Thunderclap! Press. More or less is here.