Louie Crew – THREE POEMS

                                                                  Holy Hex


            W. G. Bell,

           in a tiresomely

          sensational book,

          The Great Plague,

         noted that the clapper

    fell out of the bell at Westminster

            near the turning point of two bubonic plagues.

          People received the second instance as a good




            real faith in

           science, honey.

           Let’s  all  swing

          from  that  grand

           old  clapper till

        it comes tumbling down














Nuclear Whisper

Hi there!

Found in Taipo Station of the MTR

S  W     N   C

E     O   I     H

V       N M       E

O        G        U

Lu Li Liu…….        N  so there!

R               G

E             N

G         O

N     L


[Note:  unformatted it reads:  ‘Lu Li Liu no longer loves Wong Ming Cheun, so there!’


Queer poet Louie Crew, 76, is an Alabama native and an emeritus professor at Rutgers.  He lives in East Orange, NJ, with Ernest Clay, his husband of 39 years.

As of today, editors have published 2,290 of Crew’s poems and essays.

You can follow his work at http://rci.rutgers.edu/~lcrew/pubs.html. See alsohttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louie_Crew. The University of Michigan collects Crew’s papers.


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