An international online magazine that publishes Surrealist poetry in English.
Any world that I'm welcome to
Is better than the one I come from.
Anywhere, off this planet, Baudi said,
floating as a blob of imagination—
you pick the greasy alley & I'll be there
metaphorical carbine in tow.
Anywhere off this spinning boulder
flooding pheromones into my rainbow
soul, pheromones that eclipse previous
pheromones drowning my heaven.
Anywhere that my body & whatever
epiphanies my imagination might juggle
for the next one hundred & fifty jillion
years—by then we should know better.
Alan Britt is a graduate of the Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins University. He currently teaches English/Creative Writing at Towson University, Maryland. His collections of poetry include Vermilion (Bitter Oleander Press, 2005), Infinite Days (Bitter Oleander Press, 2003), and Bodies of Lightning (Cypress Books, 1995).