The Ramingo’s Porch – “Home is a Subjective Noun” a poem By James Dennis Casey IV

James Dennis Casey IV.jpg

Home is a Subjective Noun


wearing remains
of wasted days
losing myself
to the heart
of hearts
in bad
company Continua a leggere

The Ramingo’s Porch – “zombies of the metropolis” And Another Poem By Sudeep Adhikari

sudeep adhikari.jpg

zombies of the metropolis

i walked through her smelly
alleys, most of the time looking for nothing-
through her dilapidated overhead bridges

that always smelled of piss
where the street kids were lying half-dead- Continua a leggere

The Ramingo’s Porch – A New Poem By John Yamrus

John Yamrus

reluctantly,

he
had to accept

the
fact that

he
was destined Continua a leggere

The Ramingo’s Porch – “Blue Brassieres” By Kushal Poddar

Ramingo Unknown Author's Immage

Blue Brassieres

Your blue brassiere smells of roses. I stop dressing up for the dinner. My hands untie my checkered tie. The next door neighbor’s bell is the only noise.

You watch me from the corner of your soul. No. No. No. You scream. Continua a leggere

The Ramingo’s Porch – “Here Come The Rats” A Poem By John Grey

Ramingo Unknown Author's Immage

HERE COME THE RATS

 

HERE COME THE RATS

Maybe rats started out
content to live
in riverbanks,
trashcan alleys,
and perhaps,
in their tiny rodent minds, Continua a leggere

The Ramingo’s Porch – Two Poems By Brian Rihlmann

 

Ramingo Unknown Author's Immage

THE HOLE IN A ZERO

my heart
has grown old
it seems sudden
but it has crept up
I see that now Continua a leggere

The Ramingo’s Porch – “Pull The Chain” A Poem By Kushal Poddar

Ramingo Unknown Author's Immage

Pull The Chain

The morning train mails away.
The shit beside the railroad still fresh.

The girl on the facing seat sleeps
in between her legs.
A labor knotted hand lights
the day’s first cigarette guarding it
from the wind framed by the ajar door. Continua a leggere