Poems by Heath Brougher


Where Technocracy Ends

The other day, since I couldn’t recall,
I googled “What was I just thinking about?”
and the computer would not give me
the correct information to my inquiry.

I asked it this question a million times over
and every time it gave me the wrong answer.

It felt good knowing there were still
some places
technology has not yet destroyed.


The Coincidence of Sacred Geometry

The rose mimics
the Galaxy
as a fully blown rose
is also a Spiral.

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Heath Brougher is the co-poetry editor of Into the Void Magazine, winner of the 2017 and 2018 Saboteur Award for Best Magazine. His work has been translated into ten languages as well as featured in journals such as Taj Mahal Review, Chiron Review, Setu Bilingual, Harbinger Asylum, The Wagon Magazine, BlazeVOX, and elsewhere. His most recent collection is To Burn in Torturous Algorithms (Weasel Press, 2018).


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