Poetry: Robert Fleming

Zoltar Make Me Twelve

what is now?

i want then

put me in a caterpillar glass bottle

who gets out?

pick a fender guitar

volumed by a box

turn up reverb

sing again sing

howl with my dog Penny

whose long long gone

re-see the first time

i saw a fish

dried up on a blue carpet

next to an aquarium

Zoltar make now then



zoom zuppai

zoom i am

am i a participant?

i am my zoom doom








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Goodbye to Ground 

at thirty-three-thousand feet birds clouds

a Boeing seven-hundred-thirty-seven plane tailpipe signs Pauline

the plane’s pilot’s name in ash exhaust

two-hundred-fifteen strapped passengers in a plane shell

humans un-hatched

flight plan from Fresno to?

ground offered 9.8 m/s² gravity force

& plane spaces greater than 109’ 7” long / 12’ 4” wide / 13’ 2” high

open my irises to earth

from three-hundred-thirty-thousand feet Kármán line

to my next astronaut foot



Bio: Robert Fleming lives in Lewes, DE. Published in United States, Canada, and Australia. Member of the Rehoboth Beach, Eastern Shore, and Horror Writer’s Association. 2022 winner of San Gabriel Valley CA broadside-1 poem, 2021 winner of Best of Mad Swirl poetry and nominated for Pushcart Prize by Ethel Zine and FailBetter and double nominated for best of the net by Devil’s Party Press. Follow Robert at https://www.facebook.com/robert.fleming.5030.

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