THE #NJPOET THEME SONG
Introducing the #NJPoet theme song. Enjoy the music and check out Charles Bivona's first poetry collection from Moran Press - MEMOIRS IN FRAGMENTS, available for purchase in paperback for $10 (includes shipping).
—is an effort to stay creative in—expressive of—overqualified poverty in the land of grade school lit--think mono-syllabics, boy!—simplify, simplify, simplify—but Thoreau went home for dinner--Momma’s Boy—and Walden was a mile from town—and these other men—my examples?—sexually aggressive possessors of female disappointment—living for the business of accumulating power and projecting it with inflated clothing--bitchin’ sci-fi gadgets. They bark ignorant corporate slogans, or some fucking mission statement—delivered in trite prose—always in trite prose—while gesticulating their hyper-tense scarlet red faces—onions on their greedy breath—during seminars, around conference tables--Money Makes This World Go ‘Round, son--it’s think in bumper sticker slogans or die! And my naïve response at the time: fuck you, boss--
Memoirs in Fragments is a collection of 20 poems from the NJ Poet. These poems pack an emotional punch and will leave an imprint on your mind and soul.
CLOUDY DAYS, STILL NIGHTS
LOVE AND QUARTERS