The groom from Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Millionaire, famous
comedian, and ex-husband of that tramp Darva Conger sums it all up in
17 syllables. Well, 18. But who's counting?
FOUR RANTS FROM THE UGLY SISTER
These monoglues take us on the strange trip we must all go throughpubic
hair, waist size, and the little man downstairs.
another canine take on the domestic front, or a re-assessment of Joyce's
supposed 'legacy'? You decide.
times a big, thick gun in your mouth is just a big, thick, wide, fully
loaded, cocked gun in your mouth.
by James Sallis
We wonder what was the script to this subscript. An heir to Pale
Fire comes across as purely point-by-point. Know why? Cos it is.
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W I N T E R 2 0 0 0 I S S U E 5
AEGISTHUS AFTER/SOME DEFINITIONS
from Stuart Lishan
AND UNDRESSED + TWO
Whew. Like water for chocolate, this trio of lyrics takes our clothes
off, feeds us, and 'smooths us down.'
DANCE + THREE MORE
voice from Australia teaches us not to trust our eyes and urges to be
Well, in a way.
COLD IS IT + TWO MORE
Poems we wouldn't take home to visit your mother.
POEMS, ONE WITH BATMAN
, whose take on a superhero surprises
us, as it will you.
EMERGENCIES + TWO MORE
by Charles O'Hay
This issue's first ambassador from the Liberty town reminds us of the
city that always seems to sleep.
IS A FAGGOT & 37 X 1
Our second ambassador attacks anonymity and anything that 'doesn't have
juice in the engine.'
Beauty and truth, Einstein's gourd, and no attemptrepeat, noneto
find a word that rhymes with "orange." Doorhinges unite!