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Code Words: John Korduba

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John Korduba is the poet for people who are bored by poetry. “Each poem is a soft tipped arrow aimed to brush past your funny bone and then bounce off your verse averse heart,” he says. As one of our Code Word contributors, the author of Everybody Gets Lost in Brooklyn will share his unique musings on life in NYC. Prepare to be tickled, New York.

Barter

Chipmunk

who made you so small?

Come closer

accept these nuts I’ve flung

and don’t ask

what you can give

me in return for I

would tell you that

you give

by accepting.

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Cleaning Day

In my cluttered apartment

choas is king

and I’m sure his crown

is around here somewhere.

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Code Words: John Korduba

John Korduba is the poet for people who are bored by poetry. Read his poems “Barter” and “Cleaning Day.”

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Code Words: John Korduba

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