She says she lives at the bottom of the lake in my heart. I tell her Spring’s almost over
because it’s here, she’s words & I’m shit-full, the law’s under the lawn. The third sentence is
part-time, hires nothing. You answering when you’re not is what I’m sitting on.
In Cases Of Twenty Four
I’m minus I-20, she dominoing chips. It’s more than since, any sentence. There’s nothing upwards of sunlight proved. I’m waiting for no one, you? One of us isn’t us. Tradition’s fucked tract.
10 Questions with Parker Tettleton
1. What is the meaning of this?
This is a birthday party sans invitations. It doesn’t need them as much as we do. I’d say something original here.
2. Who do you think you are?
I’ve settled for what.
3. On whose authority?
I’s. Mine just implies I’m ready to blow up.
4. What were you thinking?
What I wasn’t.
5. Where would you get an idea like that?
6. Why on Earth?
Passports & science.
7. Since when?
8. You and whose army?
9. Did it ever occur to you?
DIEOTY – yes.
10. How do you sleep at night?
I forgive why I can’t.
Parker Tettleton’s work is featured in &/or forthcoming from Gargoyle, Mud Luscious, PANK, elimae & Used Furniture Review, among others. His chapbook SAME OPPOSITE is available from Thunderclap! Press & a second is due out soon. More or less is here.