Fall 2017 / Featured / Poetry 2017 / Uncategorized / Volume 48

Capping My Brilliant Career–William Doreski

When I reinvented cryptography you scorned my mastery of acute and oblique symbols. When I discovered that supposedly inert gases panted like dogs you disdained my litter of lab reports. When I chaired the Bank of America you closed your account. When I posed for a statue of Richard Nixon you laughed so loudly the … Continue reading