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Issue # 4 May 2011
"... brevity is the soul of wit ..."
- William Shakespeare


Lochlan Morrissey is an undergraduate student, currently undertaking a Bachelor of Arts in Languages and Applied Linguistics at Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia, and a committed amateur author, poet, and musician. His study interests include natural language processing, post-Marxism, cultural studies, and film theory. Contact:

Lochlan Morrissey

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Doctor Fist & Remembrance of Things

In eveningtime, he rests
lying stomachdown, still.
He murmurs a song learned
him in youth:
what's the suprise you've got for me to-day, Lord?
what have you got in store for meeeee, to-day?

Fingernails across guitar strings,
& flute, played by a
woman, gluey-lipped.
Him licks his lips, recalling
those, stirring in his grown body an
adolescent's erection.
Moves he sightly, accommodating.