Category Archives: Angst Corner


AKA much 80s/90s poetry angst! Bathe it in! Written in the very late 80s, like 88 or 89. My favorite thing about FALLEN HEART is the closing lines, and how selfish and witholding they are. I love the major realization about myself that should have made me really think twice is buried within a bunch of lines of blahblah. I love that I even care about this 20-plus years later (I must be bored!) CLICK PICTURE TO ENLARGE!



Angst Corner: “A Thousand Words”

Poetry is so awesomesauce because it can be anything, as Poetry-Slam Patty demonstrates here!

Angst Corner: “Human Waste/Bookstore State”

Here in Angst Corner, your humble host Lash exposes his inner poet, from way, way, waaaaaay back in the day when he felt things SO intensely.  We call those days “late teens to early twenties” and I can’t say I am sad to see them LONG GONE.  Makes me glad kids these days have the Facebook and the YouTube to obsess over… keeps them from writing crap poetry that they are convinced at the time must be very meaningful!


Angst Corner: “Rapunzel Has Lost Her Hair”

ANGST CORNER: “Hope Springs Eternal”