i fought my way to the bar with someone else’s money

Kevin McCoy hails from Northern California. He spent several years travelling the world with the Navy before obtaining his MA in English from the University of Aberdeen. His first collection of poems Tea in a Bowl was published by the Unsolicited Press in 2015. He currently lives and works in Colorado.



i fought my way to the bar with someone else’s money

screaming and pushing to the bar like it was the
center of time.

the clocks weep and i call to the
forces of good.

unforgiving tics.

shutters slamming shut.

cry and crawl in the brutal
starry end.

think about the end.
all ends.

time – time
crying for seconds.

wheres my drink? she asks.

next time – get it yourself.

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