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Window

By Franny French

They liked to have
that one poet
around because he stirred things up.
Quite a bit at the magazine.
Quite a bit at readings.
Quite a bit
during the Q&A
when he said "titty bar"
with a straight face, breaking
the buttons of his tailored jacket,
his pricey shirt,

revealing that freakish little window
in his belly,
tunnel of glass, really, railroad flat
to the back, through which
you could have seen, if
they’d still been hanging around,
all the people who never gave him
the time of day.

 

 

The Superfreak in All of Us
by Kent Lewis

 

Control Freak: Hitchcock's "Rope" and the Use and Abuse of Power
by Joel Gunz
The first installment of a revolutionary manifesto

 

O in Oregon is for Oddity
by Jenn Lackey
Exploring the wacky and weird attractions of Oregon

 

Personals
by Greg Coyle
Love's Lost and Found

 

Window
by Franny French

 

Freak Talks About Sex
by Chris G. Parkhurst

   
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