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Four Saints and a Demon Chewing Tobacco

written by: Sergio A. Ortiz

@Saore

 

These are the troubled times
of tortured folksongs,
before the last war
ended
and I am no reincarnation
of Dylan Thomas.

This is when I and I get married,
age together, die in Montevideo,
before the last war
ended
and rediscover the secret
of life

reincarnated as Allen Ginsberg
at the wake for Sal Paradise,
tobacco and Sunday paper in hand,
before the last war
ended.

I consider implants,
and reincarnate as Gertrude Stein

Sergio A. Ortiz

Sergio A. Ortiz

Sergio A. Ortiz is a two-time Pushcart nominee, a four-time Best of the Web nominee, and 2016 Best of the Net nominee. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Valparaiso Poetry Review, Loch Raven Review, Drunk Monkeys, Algebra Of Owls, Free State Review, and The Paragon Journal. He is currently working his first full-length collection of poems, Elephant Graveyard.
Sergio A. Ortiz

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