miss judgy pants

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west coast notebook entry #3

the air up here though

oh goodness–these
people
so *faded* to
an alternate
demographic
hiking with Starbucks
in American Apparel
they brought their own
soundtrack
playing photo shoot
from a boombox in too good
a condition
to make any sense

an insurance commercial
a life stuck
on the share button

these
are genuine smiles
LET’S POST THIS
appear to
stand closer to the
edge
for fine adventures


Michele McDannold is the author of Stealing the Midnight from a Handful of Days, a book of poetry available from PUNK HOSTAGE PRESS. She was the Editor-in-Chief at Red Fez Publications for five years and is currently the editor/publisher at Citizens for Decent Literature. She has an extensive collection of flannel and rubber chicken heads. For more, please visit michelemcdannold.com.
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if your process needs a mountain, go.

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angeles-crest
west coast notebook entry #2

it’s very complicated.

possible i might
not come down
from this
highway crest
in the clouds
here comes the rain, just
a sprinkle
one could feel cold
except the sun-direct
patches of light

you know what it
reminds me of?
as does everything
right now…
when i leave this
mountain
will i leave the memory
of you
here too?

tell me how


Michele McDannold is the author of Stealing the Midnight from a Handful of Days, a book of poetry available from PUNK HOSTAGE PRESS. She was the Editor-in-Chief at Red Fez Publications for five years and is currently the editor/publisher at Citizens for Decent Literature. She has an extensive collection of flannel and rubber chicken heads. For more, please visit michelemcdannold.com.