Wednesday, June 1, 2011

ON THE OCCASION OF SEEING THE FACE OF JESUS CHRIST BURST FORTH FROM A PRINT OF EDWARD HOPPER’S NIGHTHAWKS UPON MY BEDROOM WALL

“Jerusalem!” I cried
Threw myself upon the floor
With a big black coffee
And a corned beef to go

--Steven Gulvezan is a disciple, in words, of the great sculptor, Alberto Giacometti. At their best he hopes that his stories and poems are able to cut close enough to the bone of truth to make them worthwhile to read. He’s recently been published in Underground Voices, Gutter Eloquence, and The Battered Suitcase. Links to some of his writings may be found at: http://www.mysterywriters.org/user/607.

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