Fall 2009 / Issues / Poetry 2009 / Volume 40

Ringo — Amorak Huey

Ed Sullivan Theater, 1964 I wanted to be a singing cowboy, you know. Got chills when Gene Autry threw his leg over the saddle burn and sang:┬áSouth of the border, down Mexico way… I walked tough, talked tougher, carried a razor blade behind the lapel of my Teddyboy suit in case I got grabbed. That … Continue reading