Saturday, April 30, 2016

A Poem by Bradley Morewood


I am running across a disappearing floor

an illusion
that has to vanish
           so I can be free

I've fallen too many times
have felt electricity surge through my feet

I have given my life to the floor

it is hard to do without it
the stars and a great void seem
           to be holding it up

but I've had glimpses of things falling away
and the joy that brings

Bradley Morewood, a native of Brooklyn, lives in Tampa where he enjoys writing, and performing and recording his poetry to improvised music.  His poetry has appeared in Wild River Review, Meridian Anthology of Contemporary Poetry, Blue Collar Review, Dream International Quarterly, Red Ochre Black and White, Solo Novo Wall Scrawls, Wild Violet, Jellyfish Whispers, Pyrokinection, and other publications.  His chapbook "Where the Bangles Live" was published by invitation by St. Leo University.

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