Poem by Brenna Goodwin-McCabe
Badland butchers sourcing downcast trudgers —
Mounting aesthetic exclamation,
these exploding shingles express excessively
Harvest the blank spaces
of depressed represses
Uncertain realities grant unwarranted reform —
sourced from chrome city shadows
Televising the plight of fraternity, a human interest study,
these threatening modes resemble tabloid rationality.
Valued, tired, refurbished — “Let us now praise famous men” as silhouetted.
Witness the bang bang generation detect interventions of literacy
sphering political benevolence into fruition
Hacking access from excess
These sharp hysterics bludger us