The Whisky Blot
Journal of Literature, Poetry, and Haiku
Death caps mass in the
rot of oakfall; nearby, a
A lone bat flaps by--
streetlight and clapboard conjure
its fleeting double
heavy air, disappear; night
heals without a scar
Michael Rodman’s writing, including poetry and satire, has appeared in Bear Creek Gazette, Talking River Review, MAD Magazine, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Defenestration, Oddfellow, and elsewhere. His poem “Document (Undocumented)” was winner of the 2019 Oscar Wilde Award from Gival Press. His work has been adapted and presented onstage by Lively Productions in New York City. A native of Metro Detroit, he now lives in New Hampshire.
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