Posts Tagged ‘poetry’

  • Dirtbag Paradise by Amber Roepke (a poem)

    May 2, 18 • 549 Views • UncategorizedNo Comments

    It’s your mom’s minivan pimped out And only seats two Because if it wasn’t hard enough to live in a van It’s way harder to hook up in one   With a full set of seats in the back Now it’s filled with old plastic bins Scattered with random...

  • Looking Out The Window While Driving by Matt Spohn (a poem)

    Apr 3, 18 • 216 Views • UncategorizedNo Comments

    Dusk comes gold Off the dust of farmlands Where tractors still plow Fields nestled below mountains Dressed in ribbons of ash. Forest fires burn fifty miles away   I pray for this landscape The surreal beauty. Dangerous beauty. Gone-in-an-instant beauty...

  • The Ten Sleep Dream (a poem) by Georgie Abel

    Dec 3, 17 • 716 Views • LocationsNo Comments

    It takes ten sleeps Of sleeping in Ten Sleep To enter into the dream The Ten Sleep dream by Georgie Abel, Contributing Editor (this piece is published in Volume 11, Choss, Solos, and Reflection, now available) The Ten Sleep dream is where you learn to feed...

  • Blue Eyes Climbing In The Rain (a poem) by Luke Mehall

    Oct 11, 17 • 1425 Views • LocationsNo Comments

    In the desert in rains In the desert climber brains Can think of nothing but climbing But climbing is not the answer Climbing after a good rainstorm Was the result of a bad brainstorm Instagram has your mind warped Get back to your conscious Your common sense...

  • Go To The Desert (a poem) by Luke Mehall

    May 3, 17 • 2166 Views • Climbing CultureNo Comments

    Go to the desert Or whatever place Is The Desert To You by Luke Mehall, photo by: Greg Cairns For me it’s The Desert You know why I capitalized that shit The blue sky Doesn’t know that Donald Trump is President And maybe, you too. Should forget...

  • Walmart Parking Lot (a poem) by Georgie Abel

    Mar 16, 17 • 2385 Views • Climbing CultureNo Comments

    by Georgie Abel (photo by Dylan Hightower) I was this close To forgetting what it feels like To sleep in a Walmart parking lot Somewhere in between totally fine and   Rock bottom   But probably rock bottom because You’re totally fine Listening to...

  • Freedom (a poem) by Luke Mehall

    Jul 1, 16 • 1942 Views • LocationsNo Comments

    Freedom, where are you? I found you briefly, growing up in the flatlands And then, you were flattened By growing up, taking tests Who would have known to fail was the best? I failed so many times I failed at failure Wailing with the prospect that I had...

  • My Golden Era (a poem) by Elliot Natz

    May 29, 16 • 1139 Views • Climbing CultureNo Comments

    by Elliot Natz Note: This piece is published in The Climbing Zine, Volume 10 photo of towers in Canyonlands National Park, Utah by Luke Mehall   Golden era equals a time of discovery And building of passion An era of exponential growth     We...