27 January 2014


A decade is around my neck. Now one by one some shotgun blasts at close range. Be quiet. I stood watching alone 150 years. The bodies were discovered by the two who were out of the room. Driven to death today in their home. Body tight blow hell. Inside. Fractured words. The infernal machines of the police scream. (telephone lines had been cut). A succession of unskilled jobs. She never felt, just stared. Boiling scratching

They take photos of her when she and I talk dirty. She gasped as she shouted as she gasped all over the inside of her soul. It was inside where the membranes pulsate in the company of them, before they take their pleasure from her. “I restrain me,” again. It’s only going to paralyze. Her words bit. The cunt was the central figure of her obsession. Between an origin of light and a bed of darkness, she knew about the taste of things gone awry. Spoken aloud, she clasped a torrent of the sweetest body and the taste of inevitable sin.

Keep your eyes closed. Wishing my hands clean without consequence. We saw her standing against the blue cement wall, standing straight; back pressed next to cool stone. Skin against skin, a voluptuous body, long hair smiling.

Washed out technicolor.

Skull taste crescendo.


Peter has had over 100 poems published in print or online. His chapbook Sins of the Go-Go Girls was published in April 2013 by Why Vandalism? Press (http://journal.whyvandalism.com/sins-of-the-go-go-girls.html).

Three of his short stories are in the first three volumes of Have a NYC published by Three Rooms Press. Peter’s story “Expert Collisions,” recounting his experiences on 9/11, was published in Evergreen Review in September 2013 and will be also appear in From Somewhere to Nowhere: The End of the American Dream, which will be coming out in 2014 from Unbearable Books/Autonomedia. On 10/2/13 his poem "glass faces" was nominated by Literary Orphans for Sundress Publications' Best of the Net.

Peep-o-rama, a collection of poems, has been published by Hammer and Anvil Press and is available on Amazon Kindle. http://www.amazon.com/Peep-O-Rama-Peter-Marra-ebook/dp/B00GVM4QQU

A Dadaist and a Surrealist, Peter’s writing explores alienation, addiction, love, lust, the havoc that secrets can wreak, and obsessions, often recounted in an oneiric filmic haze with a taste of the grindhouse. He wishes to find new methods of description and language manipulation.

Links to his published work may be viewed at www.angelferox.com.

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