Dan Corjescu

Dan Corjescu is a Romanian-Brazilian poet living in Sofia, Bulgaria who writes verse in English as well as in other languages. Some of his poetry will be published in “A Bad Penny Review” “Burner Magazine” and “L’allure des Mots”. He was also published in Mario Fratti’s Anthology “Thank you, Mr. Gorbachev!”

Poetry Sucks

Even Poetry has a mafia:
Its hawkers and hit men
Its whores and heavy freight
Its lemons of parade
Its tiring facade of guilt and trade
Its learned owl faced police
Its stinking underwear and polluted lace
Poetry needs a license these days
As does everyone else
Burn down the village
Grab the priest
Words are high hobgoblins
fragging Death on the moors

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