II: Poetry by James Diaz & Photography by Natalia Drepina

Time of Madness

To The Jailer Who Stole My Fedora

That was
so boring
I nearly froze
my head off daydreaming

I was spinning
in your closet
as you doused me in flame

what I licked
I was allowed to keep
every inch of your dumb dick
and blind as I fizzled
in your violating canteen

worry not
I’m
over it

this is the reason
spoiled milk
and
moody-moody

cut

cut

insert
your
critique here

you keep me like a buzzard in a cage
but I eat the train you were riding in on.

 

James Diaz resides in upstate NY, spending his time writing poetry as if his life depends on it, because it does. His forms of survival can be read online at Cheap Pop Lit, Chronogram, Ditch, My Favorite Bullet, and The Voices Project.

Natalia Drepina, born 1989, is a photographer, poet, and composer/videographer from Lipetsk, Russia. Her work has been featured in a number of specialty journals and small press ‘zines, including Anathema, Beautiful Bizarre, Bleaq, Flesh and Bone, Folio, Literary Orphans, and ND Magazine. She has also been the subject of online interviews at All Black Magazine, Biophiliart, and Les Éditions du Faune. To learn more about Natalia and her art for fragile, wounded souls please visit her Facebook, along with her Art Diary at Tumblr.

 

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