Tag Archives: poezja

“Error” by Adam Jan Kaufmann.

Error by Adam Jan Kaufmann. Gripe by night the love giants, the life we share Twinned-wings, wave all, gentle within the angels Vision grove, diamonds and passion-laden eyes Lotus-face, delicate birds and beautiful hum fans Of moonlight-pearls Divine morrow, mark … Continue reading

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Poems by Thomas Michael McDade

Button Sucking She stands on a rock and places her electrode nipples on mine as though a shock of youth is due me but embrace is as far as the treatment goes. Under stars that read like an EKG we’re … Continue reading

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Some old chapbooks are available again!

  A small re-run of all our 2009-2010 titles has appeared. If you’re interested in buying any of the books, the price is 5€ per book. For a full list of titles available see: https://newpolishbeat.wordpress.com/starsze-tytuly/ Contact: aj_kaufmann[at]yahoo.com PayPal only (+ … Continue reading

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5 poems by Cassandra Dallett, 2013.

Begird no bird Frankly, I find them distasteful bones too thin meager and easy to crush feathers too dusty I prefer soap and water for my plumage. Me, all flesh a loaded shell, round smoothbore shotgun. I’m big boned like … Continue reading

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5 poems by Justin Blackburn

You Are Not A Normal Human Being You are not a normal human being. I know you You know you You have beautiful dreams you are fulfilling You wake up everyday on the ceiling And inspire your desires to radiate … Continue reading

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A.J. Kaufmann – “Project Citadel” (New Polish Beat, 2012)

Project Citadel: five visions of the structure “Move Your Wings” To the poets, who thought to the readers, who consumed to the tribes, who wandered… Sandosa sent me who is she? what form – and the rosegarden hums – a … Continue reading

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5 poems from Michael Aaron Casares, 2009.

Obtusely Abstract Distant curses in the sky have swollen, soften and trickled by. Gone distant rants against the wind. Nothing shrill inside this pen. Obtusely abstract, arbitrary, disconnected thoughts from humanity. Delivery indirect, not meant to speak like conversation or … Continue reading

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