TOO MANY LATE NIGHTS-poem by Anggo Genorga

Breathing Sufi as the body becomes a vessel of a broken spirit; telling tall tales even to the unknowing with wide eyes and thy obvious restlessness ------- They asks me often,"Why do you look so frail?" to which I retort,"I believe this is the look of death." Anggo Genorga is from the Philippines and working as a manager of a local band called Wonder Woman's Electric Bra. Recent writings can be found at Duane's Poetree, Outlaw Poetry Network, Paper And Ink Zine, Red Flag Poetry, In Between Hangovers, Dubai Poetics, The Odd Magazine and Walking Is Still Honest Poetry Press. Also at Empty Mirror, Mad Swirl, Guide To Kulchur Creative Journal, Silver Birch Press Bukowski Anthology and Verses Typhoon Yolanda, a book for benefit published by Meritage Press and the now defunct The Screech Owl and Dead Snakes.  Instagram: @trainwreck_x and WordPress: Poem by Anggo Genorga Drawing by Janne Karlsson Purchase the coolest underground literature at or at PayPal donations to: