“Science news: Octopuses came to Earth from space as frozen eggs millions of years ago” by Caroline Grand-Clement

(after an article by Ciaran McGrath in Express) i am too colorful for their fragile eyes so i hide in empty vases, shapeshift into silent pride. they have called me too complicated on eight different occasions & eight times i have screamed back coward. afraid of what they cannot figure out they have broken my hope to ever find a home again. i orbit around this planet of blues, seep into its belly, resurface only to wrap my arms around their sorry throats. i am an alien with too many arms & not enough bones in my body to call … Continue reading “Science news: Octopuses came to Earth from space as frozen eggs millions of years ago” by Caroline Grand-Clement

I Burned You a CD {Part Two}: A Psychopompous Samhain by M. Perle

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And In That Republic by Wes Bishop

And in that republic, they built a machine, a machine of a million names, but one purpose, cruelty. Inflicting pain was a virtue of nettles on bare skin, leaving kindness’s soothing balm treason. It is why I stopped searching this world for guidance, instead pilgriming to myself to find the capitol of compassion. Β  But the old men raged. Respect was a price they could not afford and even if they paid their dues nothing would change, they claimed. So, we were told to accept the world they had birthed. Β  In aborted flooded canals we swam, slow swarms watching … Continue reading And In That Republic by Wes Bishop