David Greenslade’s poetry books include Weak Eros (Parthian); Zeus Amoeba (Two Rivers Press) and Burning Down the Dosbarth (Y Lolfa) he writes in Welsh and in English and lives in Wales.
These little guys are the faces of a Trojan virus. Technology defecates and the stink makes even Leviathan monsters hide their heads and cough. Swarms of little backsides drop these bits of blotting paper all over the place and when the wind picks up they blow into the nostrils of all sorts of party animals […]
Embraced by a swoop of dots, a barbless arrow with a notched stern loses part of itself to a white yang of gathered holes. Yin counterparts cluster to the wake of an impetuous crescent cutting the arrow just where its stem strobes. Both shapes are entirely self-possessed even as the crescent (black, sieved white) takes […]