Albert Mobilio’s most recent book of poems, Same Faces, is published by Black Square Editions.
The Master BuilderBy Albert Mobilio
I was alone and sad because of a recent break-up. And, I suppose, I was more than a little desperate. The woman in the apartment next door let a pretty friend from Texas stay in her apartment while she went on a weekend tripwe were introduced in the hallway at our adjacent doors.
from Games and StuntsBy Albert Mobilio
Stand with the others in the fenced-in yard. Shoes drag through gravel and dust rises with each slow step.
THE SAL MINEO PRESERVATION SOCIETYBy Albert Mobilio
A brutal cold had shouldered away any vestige of sunnier days as Mink hunkered down at what he judged to be the rivers edge. Snow so deep, he couldnt tell. Holding a three-foot length of rusted pipe, a faucetless spigot at one end, he began spearing the base of a snowy crest.
Close ReadingBy Albert Mobilio
Its too brutal to believe. To suck it down till it stews spoils in my gut.
The Spelled Out Spark in Rooms; for Dan FlavinBy Albert Mobilio
Albert Mobilios books of poetry include Bendable Siege, The Geographics, and Me with Animal Towering. A volume is forthcoming later this year from Brooklyn Rail/Black Square editions.
Guide for the DiscouragedBy Albert Mobilio
Albert Mobilios most recent book of poems, Same Faces, is published by Black Square Editions.