By I.E. Sommsin God, will you forgive the sins of our times, this sad era, its soft habits of thought and the glib assumptions easily taught that breed the lying slogans worse than crimes? We cannot help how the words work to cloud and clog and flood the forums of the mind. They build the thick high [...]
A sonnet by I.E. Sommsin Into the toilet endlessly flushing leap the great state and vast empire, fat and swollen, on schedule to expire, onward toward oblivion rushing. They got the loud proud words that prove them strong, and the firm resolve that works on teevee and the raw courage made for a moovee— if you [...]
By I.E. Sommsin I.E. Sommsin, a writer and artist from Kentucky, lives in San Francisco. The images, ink and watercolor on shirt cardboard, don't represent individual persons, but are symbolic of the transition the country is now making.