Friday 5 May 2017

1 Poem by J. J. Campbell


i pretend it doesn't
hurt that my father
chose to die than
ever talk to me

i'm not exactly
sure what kind
of alcohol goes
best with bitterness

these long nights
in the void

there is a certain
bravery in allowing
the weird to wash
over you

depression can't
get any darker


J. J. Campbell (1976 - ?) is currently trapped in suburbia. He's been widely published over the last 21 years, most recently at Your One Phone Call, Beautiful Losers, In Between Hangovers, Mad Swirl and Horror Sleaze Trash Quarterly. His most recent chapbook, Consequences No Longer Matter, was included in the 2016 Punk Chapbook Series (Epic Rites Press). You can find him most days bitching about something on his wildly entertaining blog, evil delights. (

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