Now an E·ratio Editions e-chap.
Gregory Vincent St. Thomasino joins John M. Bennett “In the Bennett Tree.” Collaborative poems, images, an introduction and a full-length critical essay pay homage to American poet John M. Bennett.
Sample poems from In the Bennett Tree:
Off your edgy blonde / stiff / "couch"
heaven’s bent-more norm(atic) jerkings
I sought, I mouth’d all through EATEN cank’r
(Face it, Miss Sanders, it’s your neotorso.)
diap’r’d elders’ emissions
’Twas a lark, the sheaf in Hamburg
sepsis-clothes and "high" remember,
the rank of clouds and GOINGS ON.
removed and so rainy off your Beth,
Naked ’cept for my ’glasses
I clutch’d sleight-hand o’ diesels
’cross the lake,
I "merely" budded branches saw,
mit Gila cot-a-paraplegia.
"The rain is a perfect model for my lover."
nor member-moon, nor comet’s ancy.
to drift-n’-id acord abaft my body top,
ground-up books, peewee dickey birds awrithe,