Previous Feature: anggo genorga

anggo genorga was born and raised in the Philippines, and currently resides in The United Arab Emirates. His work has been included in Bukowski: An Anthology of Poetry & Prose About Charles Bukowski (Silver Birch Press), and in VERSES TYPHOON YOLANDA: A Storm of Filipino Poets (Meritage Press). To read recommended selections of anggo’s verse online, please visit Boston Poetry Magazine, Empty Mirror, and Ppigpenn.

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sound escape

gentle plucking of strings
wail of mad saxophone building crescendo
dj bending aural delights
evangelic choirs transcending heaven

eyes closed.

mind shut.

i’m gone.

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the madcap is out in the open

there’s a thin line
between sanity and madness . . .

so thin
that the ones
who lose their marbles

never know
how and when
it happens.

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in the bar

nowhere is a place that solitude never visits.
you see, lying is much easier if there’s belief . . .

darkness shrouded beauty,
won’t you take me somewhere else?

you’re an illusion, but it’s ok;
tonite i don’t mind being wrong.

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All Hail! Care to receive an empty handshake? If so, click on the logo below to visit anggo genorga’s  blog . . .

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