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May 7, 2019
An excerpt from
For Urgent Prayer, Please Press 1
March 5, 2019
I have no more strength except in this pointer finger, to leave my print on the keypad and unlock the rest of this message.
Florida Man Steals Weapon, Bites Security Guard, Flees in Gold Convertible
November 8, 2018
People bury things all the time, like this, waiting for them to turn slick.
East of Apalachicola Haunted
September 18, 2018
They’ve trained up their boys with switches & belts. On storm-nights, a boy might fall asleep counting barrels of oysters to shuck.
If Florida was a man, this is how I’d miss him
July 24, 2018
Florida calls me ma’am, calls me darlin’, calls me Sweet Pea, depending on how well he knows me.
John Davis Jr.
July 10, 2018
They laughed the day they broke my humerus and splinted it with wire coat hangers wrapped in black tape so my skin couldn’t breathe, so I’d understand honest pain.
Thoughts and Prayers
June 21, 2018
These days we still don’t stop for death. Instead, we pass by and outside the window lining the suburban boulevard one tree gleams in the morning sun—the trunk wound tight in tinsel...
Florida Man: Poems
June 14, 2018
Bag of sugar sized muscle pumps blood. Most reptiles: 3-chambered heart but gator 4-chambers like mammals & birds which gators used to be millions of years ago when they were dinosaurs...
Leah Claire Kaminski
May 15, 2018
We walked along the edges of the pickup bed to avoid the alligators in the center, we were tipping and taunting and finally falling into the bed and scrambling, forgetting there were alligators when we found the sun-rotted tarps . . .
April 24, 2018
A hawk’s waited for her cue, and now she launches from the oak tree’s limb, plummets to the pool deck.