A Poem by Gregory Laynor


Aloha elegant gunfire men
Father me online language
Fuel the anagram engine
Then file an analog genre
Men flee eating granola
A hot Reagan enema
A lean fuming grantee hole
Oh genteel managerial fun
Anal hoagie gentlemen fur
Reanimate a flung on Hegel
Negate a long fern email
A flannel Goethe mega ruin
A naughtier fallen genome
Engulf a gelatin menorah
Alienate mean hung golfer
For a rough gentle finale




Gregory Laynor is a poet teaching and studying at the University of Washington in Seattle. He previously studied and taught at Temple University in Philadelphia. His reading of Gertrude Stein’s The Making of Americans appears on UbuWeb and his blog is at academicpoetry.com. He is co-editing the collected writings of Philadelphia poet and publisher Gil Ott for Chax Press.

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