SPOTLIGHT: Reprogramming God by Robert J.W.

We reprogrammed God in the image of a forgotten poet. She loves us, She feeds us diner food from her fingertips.

Love in the

spring becomes

disdain in

the autumn.

Summer never


His lies are a virus variant that no vaccine can prevent. The streets are seeping burns. The cities weep.

Our love is an atom bomb falling on the party where our friends celebrate us.

Scraped knees and splinters

from crying trees led us home.

Sunsets spelled success.

Glitched mind writes

a manifesto about

nihilism with a

million meanings.

My stomach growls and lurches from my body. It begs for food at a stop light. It’s full; patriotic stars claw at its innards.


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