I am with you in Allston – by Phillipe Chatelain

I am with you in Allston – by Phillipe Chatelain

i am with you in allston - poem by phillipe chatelain Phillipe Martin Chatelain is a hoodlum from the Bronx, New York. He writes poetry and is founder and Managing Editor of In Parentheses Literary Magazine. A recent graduate of Boston University, his first chapbook taking shots alone has been independently released and his poetry can [...]

Reasons Why I Could Never Teach a Spanish Class – Poem by J.Gawrych

Verb conjugations of the Spanish word doler seem relevantly scrawled on the blackboard left behind by the class before mine - me duele, te duele, le duele. To hurt. The conjugations are followed by la cabeza. physically the head hurts. Me duele. The head can hurt, the foot can hurt, a feeling turned into a [...]

A Series In Which Neurosurgery Poses as Poetry – Poem by J.Gawrych

All hail the brain! People are afraid of brains. Brains are machines, and every thing has one. The brain is also a weapon The brain is a nuclear weapon It can be lethal and prone to explosion. Wanna know what you and I have in common? A brain. Guess what: The world is full of [...]