Poem by Sue Savoy


  Mr. Spock died Mr. Spock has died He was part of my childhood I’m sure he was for many, many people That’s why he got so much press Dr. McCoy, “Bones”, is already dead As is Scotty The rest of them are pretty up there age-wise Inevitably one day Captain Kirk will die Uhuru […]

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Poem by Toni Bee


  Rush for Dr. Angelou Rush, to flaunt their words, a song… some murmuring muddle of a muse explaining How       much       you       mean Yet , MotherWell, you were the slaughtered meat that poisoned a lion whose death did not heed the baaaaa baaaa of the lambs roar Ashamed, of your speech, accosted, you silenced a […]

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The Last(ish) Word Presents: Go Mourn Alice


  In this returning series for Oddball Magazine, cartoonist George Panagopoulos and poet Chad Parenteau will take political cartooning and mix it with light (and not so light) politically charged verse inspired (sometimes loosely) by the illustration, sometimes maybe even in opposition to it. This will be an experimental venture with words and pictures, which […]

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