“An Account of Our Precipice” by Jason McGlone

We three stare at each other
it’s Reservoir Dogs: Burgeoning
Domestic Dispute Edition

Our mouths trained guns,
words chambered,

Hello translates directly to Say something stupid, Brian
Another Hello says Let’s not do this
My wife’s smile says, Who the fuck is she?

It could be a veritable
massacre here at the zoo today;

stay tuned

Jason McGlone lives a stone’s throw from the Ohio River with his family. He works as a data analyst & visualist, is a recipient of grievous head injuries, and makes music under the name Mourning Oars. His work has appeared in Potluck Magazine. He received his MFA from Queens University of Charlotte in 2006.

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