Poetry from K.C. Fontaine

NU-JAZZ PUNK BLUES It’s easy to count your losses and blame yourself. You quickly scramble for compensation.. Scolding from loved ones echo thru your mind… IT’S TIME TO PAY THEM BACK [but how?]…. You BUCK UP & become who they said you SHOULD be. You abandon your instincts. You eliminate what seemingly has not worked […]

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Poetry from K.C. Fontaine

                Punk Rock, Fast and Pray HAYES STREET VERSE for Gwich’in. _________________ minority reality reduction based aside mountain croiX; burn aside, road rail.. river mural rush. _________

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Poetry from K.C. Fontaine

A Slow Suicide I. the pakistani painter’s studio a shrine to her lost self the finer things glossed resistance depressed days blunted nights II. the darkest corner of her dust-laden studio whisper brighter daysze.

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Poetry from K.C. Fontaine

Zen-like life-Force > the flow of ideas quickens beyond chronicle.. My last liberal cup of coffee astral projected from Hyde Park to Riverside one late weekday morning.. No longer ‘agreeing’ with conservative ideas, I now live and breathe them; In other words, no longer a liberal transformed.

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Prose from K.C. Fontaine

MENDOTA BLUFF ‘I have ceased to question stars and books; I have begun to listen to the teaching my blood whispers to me.’ -Redbone proverb In 2008, I was informally introduced to the business world in a Saint Paul, Minnesota café: As a creative Artist with an extensive not-for-profit background, I was found to be an asset to […]

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