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.
gentle plucking of strings
wail of mad saxophone building crescendo
dj bending aural delights
evangelic choirs transcending heaven—
the madcap is out in the open
there’s a thin line
between sanity and madness . . .
that the ones
who lose their marbles
how and when
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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