Hyena Head

Mark Cunningham



The leaves were still in a pre-capitalist stage of evolution. You said tentacles all covered with mouths; we thought you said tentacles all covered with Maos. Dogs Take Over TV Interview. Post-modern nature hike: so far, every bird has been a mockingbird. The customer-service rep said the Philly Steak and Cheese was made strictly with chicken to give consumers more variety. The panel explained to the cow that stew is synergetic. One inkling, then another, then I ran into the octopus. You can tell James Bond is really scared in Dr. No when the spider crawls up the bed sheets and onto his skin, because when he flicks it off and runs to get a shoe to smash it, you can see his white underwear shine through his gauzy pajamas in the tropical moonlight, and he doesn't even try to hide it. You'd be foul-tempered, too, if they sewed a hyena's head on top of your neck. I mean "sunny and bright" in the non-carcinogenic sense.





Mark Cunningham has three books out: Body Language from Tarpaulin Sky Press; 80 Beetles from Otoliths; and 71 Leaves, an ebook from BlazeVox. A new chapbook, Nachträglichkeit is at Beard of Bees.