Thierry Brunet


I entered a Taco Bell by
the safest gates - for some
amoebas burrito - people
fed with wagons of noise –

what everybody was fighting
for – catabolic brutality – like
Lego bots but with red shirts
and reckless bones – they are

the last outline – hardly pushed –
swimming in interrobangs with
lazy shoulders to revel in success

Thierry Brunet currently lives in Antibes, on the French Riviera. His poems and illustrated texts appear or are forthcoming in Cricket Online Review, Word For/ Word, WORK, Sous Rature, Danse Macabre, Alice Blue, NAP, The South Dakota Review and elsewhere. His first full-length collection, Waste, has been published by BlazeVOX.

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