Russell Streur

Russell Streur is a born-again dissident residing in Johns Creek, Georgia. His poetry and photography have been most recently published in Amaranthine Muses, Boyslut, Dead Snakes, Indigo Rising Magazine, The Literary Burlesque, Meat Heads and Muscle Cars, Our Day’s Encounter, Project Agent Orange Poetry Blog, The Rainbow Rose, Raven Images and The Sinner’s Almanac. He operates The Camel Saloon, an on-line speakeasy catering to dromedaries, malcontents and jewels of the world at where the beer is cold, the whiskey Irish, and the door is always open.


System broken
New axis of conflict
Torture cell
More of the same
Reign of terror
Emergency declared
Borders close
Pressure rising
Tensions high

“People get smarter every day,”
the party official said.
“They are harder to control.”

Iron glove
Low pay.

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