Moonshine and Lemon Twists

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About the author:
Brian Mosher is a writer of poetry and short fiction, living in Foxboro, MA (although he says he is yet to meet any New England Patriots players). He maintains a blog where he posts much of his writing. His poems have recently appeared in the online journal VerseWrights (www.versewrights.com). In years past, he was a writer of music reviews, with work appearing in Razorcake, Askew Reviews, The Noise (Rock Around Boston), and NowWave Magazine.

Besides writing, Mosher loves listening to music and reading. "I'm a hopelessly romantic cynic who doesn't believe in much of anything other than love and 3 chord rock and roll."

Moonshine and Lemon Twists
 

Selected Poems - 2012-2014

Authored by Brian Mosher

A collection of poems in a variety of styles, exploring a variety of subjects. Since it's almost impossible to describe poetry (a bit like dancing about architecture), here are some samples:

"I wish I could write a poem about
a toaster, like Ray Carver would.
A toaster sitting idle on the kitchen counter
full of crumbs from old pieces of toast.
On the same counter a note,
"goodbye darling", in that
handwriting that he couldn't
help but recognize...."

"...I turn on the stereo to ease the pain
But it's like beer to a junkie
Not enough
Need the mainline injection from the Marshall amps
Need the sticky floor and the crowd of bad dancers with bleary
eyes
Need the pounding and the screaming and the sweat
Need the melody and harmony and the energy and anarchy
Order within chaos, the truth delivered in 3 minutes or less..."

"I write her name on the head of a pin
And etch her name on the back of my hand
I scream her name from the rooftop at night
Her name seeps out of my pores like the sweat of a runner in the final
mile
Every song contains her name..."


Publication Date:
2016-12-10
ISBN/EAN13:
1530529557 / 9781530529551
Page Count:
120
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5.5" x 8.5"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Poetry / General




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