i’ll turn my coffee maker into a flux capacitor (if i have to)

i miss living
in the world
where coffee
looked like
a freshly squeezed

and when
the papers with
were a chance to shake
loose bits of poetry
out of em.

now it’s
all just
at the realization that i have
papers slicing down
at my head like australian magpies.

but at least some of them
are nice and pet me gently.
others just tempt me like
green m&m’s to
invent time travel
and kill Thomas Malory.


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Writer and voice actor with a BA in English and a minor in Creative Writing from UNC Pembroke. He is a graduate student studying poetry in UNC Wilmington’s Creative Writing MFA program. His work has been published in the online magazines Paper Crown and Open Thought Vortex, and has been featured in the Upper Rubber Boot anthology Sunvault: Stories of Solarpunk and Eco-Speculation. He is also a scriptwriter, an assistant producer, and voice actor for Crossroads Stations, working on their award-winning audio drama podcast, Jim Robbie and the Wanderers, and appearing in their other AD podcasts, Misadventure by Death and Otherverse, as well as Greater Boston and James Oliva’s What’s the Frequency?

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