Your ink stains blind me.
I attempted to journey through
the texture of your trees and vines,
but I got lost in your humidity.
I happen upon an old woman's house; a specter of lunar
soot entices me in.
The old woman sings in a chipped rocking chair,
swaying like a mad
Isabalino Anastasio Guzman.
Charlie Guzman is an aspiring poet and founder of Burro Char magazine. His main focus is experimental writing, specifically writing exercises such as the surrealist games and the Oulipo exercises. He is currently an undergraduate student at Hunter College. Charlie Guzman is the recent recipient of the 2011 Award for Outstanding Achievements in Creative Writing at LaGuardia Community College. He is also published in Literary LaGuardia Magazine and Symmetry Pebbles; soon to be published in First Literary Review, Toe Good Poetry, and Meet Your Monster. He hopes to become a full-time poet.