person Heath Brougher, one poem

Heath Brougher is the co-poetry editor of Into the Void Magazine, winner of the 2017 and 2018 Saboteur Award for Best Magazine. He is a multiple Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net Award nominee. He published two chapbooks in 2017 and two full lengths in 2018. His most recent book is The Ethnophere’s Duality (Cyberwit.Net 2018). His work has been published in journals such as Chiron Review, Cruel Garters, MiPOesias, and BlazeVOX.

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Portrait of a Pitchfork

There are unseen forces much like gravity
that spread bog throughout the veins of the day.

This flavorless inertia that keeps all fully buttoned.
They are incorporeal, yet heaviest of all.

I sing broken-voiced songs to myself
just beyond earshot of the barn.

A sermon of slanted melody to the painful boredom,
I Twist and Writhe born out of frustration.

Who would paint such pictures?
Why does everyone love to paint nails and hammers?

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