Poem: ENTROPIC ENTITY ENCOUNTER

I emboldened the secret agent's scratch mark on a bus corner wall by adding two self swallowing profiles of pestiferous ramifications while loitering almost continuously timing his visits and departures with phlegm on my shoulders, arms, shoe towards. He sometimes arrives as someone else or hidden in the inside pocket of a large person's coat. Their coordinated connotations amaze. It's not nearly dramatically dangerous as the room for rent sign currently appearing beneath this very window where epistemological relief is sought.

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Colin James was born in the north of England near Chester. He has chapbooks of poems, DREAMS OF THE REALLY ANNOYING from Writers Knights Press, RESISTING PROBABILITY from Sagging Meniscus Press, and A THOROUGHNESS NOT DEPRIVED OF ABSURDITY from Pskis Porch Press. He has a book of poems forthcoming from Wundor Editions.He lives in Massachusetts.