Frank Reardon


Before 10 a.m.

as the distorted view
of my hand
continues to evolve
within the stem
of the wineglass;
i shall grow more
&more fond
of these obsessions
that cause me
such great pain.





Two Oak Geisha 

two oak geisha gently silhouetted
by the midnight lamp of the moon,

one,twisting and turning the shadows
through the thinness of her arches

the other; glowing
as undressed ladies often do.



Frank Reardon was born in 1974 in Boston, Massachusetts and spent his first 28 years living there. Since then, he has lived all over the country, in places such as Alabama, Kansas City and Rhode Island. He currently lives in the Badlands of North Dakota, still looking for a way to get out. Frank has been published in various reviews, journals and online zines. His first book, Interstate Chokehold, was published by NeoPoiesis Press in 2009 as well as his second collection of poetry Nirvana Haymaker 2012. Frank has completed his third poetry collection Blood Music and it is due out late summer from Punk Hostage Press.

Link to Frank's latest published book: http://neopoiesispress.com/12401/103834.html

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