Tag Archives: Victoria

Side 1/Side 2

A new collection of poetry. 38 new poems. Side 1 and Side 2. Flip it like a record, and read your preference of the poetry. Shoot me an email at bradytighe@gmail.com and I’ll send you one. $15. Side 1 Poems … Continue reading

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Nice Couches, To Be Fair

This poem is from my upcoming book, Side 1/Side 2. The book comes out tomorrow! I bound down the stairs just in time to see a past version of myself head out the basement door. I follow and come outside … Continue reading

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Bus Advertisements

This poem is from my upcoming book, Side 1/Side 2. The book comes out tomorrow! Chambray shirt damp from the rain cigarette stains on paperback pages and me cracking jokes about bus ads. Cold chill in the spring air winter … Continue reading

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YYJ to YYC (Poem written on airsickness bag)

To compose a symphony on an air-sickness bag… The orchestra locked in this small tube and tuned up on pretzels and ginger ale. There is a groundhog day style repetition to air travel: everything happens twice: flying up and coming … Continue reading

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Eye of the Storm

Midnight stuck at the intersection of Yates and Cook with nowhere to go watching the walk sign go through the motions as if beckoning and me too zoned out to get the message. Sometimes by My Bloody Valentine cues up … Continue reading

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11.30.2016

Unfortunately, there was nothing in Stephen King’s On Writing, about how to fix your sleep schedule. There was a whole lot of pertinent information on how to quit booze, cocaine, painkillers, and how to write great adverbs, but nothing on … Continue reading

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Think Monk

When I’m home I get to experience all of the sensations that fled my fingertips while I was away at work they are simple, but their majesty and comfort is revealed when I am deprived of them. The feel of … Continue reading

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