by Henry Bladon
It won’t be long before
and there is
nothing I can do.
it all started with my legs
and then I noticed my hands
were not there
where they should
Then I lost my liver.
My heart will soon
Now my gut is gradually
being eaten away
by a mysterious cause
which means I can no longer
my favorite food
or anything at all.
Soon my bones will melt
and not long after
when my head disappears
into my neck
all of me will be
Bladon is a writer of short fiction and poetry based in Somerset, in the UK. He
has degrees in psychology and mental health policy, and a PhD in literature and
creative writing. His work can be seen in Entropy,
FridayFlashFiction, Mercurial Stories,
Potato Soup Journal, The
Ekphrastic Review, and Spillwords
Press, among other
KJ Hannah Greenberg captures the world in words and images. Her latest photography
portfolio is 20/20: KJ Hannah Greenberg Eye on Israel. Her most recent poetry collection is Mothers Ought to Utter Only Niceties (Unbound CONTENT, 2017). Her
most recent fiction collection is the omnibus, Concatenation (Bards & Sages Publishing, 2018).
Recently, Hannah’s seventh short story collection was published
by Bards and Sages Publishing.
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Greenberg’s flair for the peculiar and eclectic shines through in this collection of over fifty flash and short fiction
works featuring anthropomorphic starship pilots, angsty authors, strange neighbors, and more."
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