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The Disappearance of Snethen-Poem by Daniel Snethen
Boom FM-Poem by Mark Young
Dwindling Knight-Poem by Michael Keshigian
Landlord-Poem by Michael Keshigian
A Day-Poem by Marc Carver
Idiotka-Poem by Marc Carver
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The Door in the Old House in Bizarro County-Poem by Dr. Mel Waldman
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Close Your Eyes-Christopher Hivner
Say My Name-Poem by Christopher Hivner
When the Sun Turns to Sorcery-Poem by Christopher Hivner
Fading Twilight Sky-Poem by Ayaz Daryl Nielsen
Landlocked in Dry Dock-Poem by Ayaz Daryl Nielsen
Like a Child's Drawing-Poem by Ayaz Daryl Nielsen
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Dark Tales from Gent's Pens

IDIOTKA

 

by Marc Carver

 

I started to read the idiot

I related to Myshkin straight away

people used to call me a idiot all the time

I would say things perhaps that others would not 

I wanted to love everyone and be loved by everyone

but in the end I realized they could not trust it 

so they just called me a fool

 

 

Carver is an old man that occasionally manages to knock out a good poem, or two.

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