An excerpt from poetry book, Post-Digital Revelation
by J. D. Casten. We hope you enjoy reading this free poetry: 'The naked man rinses his hair as some swirls down the drain, turns off the water, and steps out of the tub through parted shower curtains. He wipes the fog on a cabinet door mirror above the sink with an extended forearm, to reveal a blur of facial hair concealing a young face. Dark steel grey eyes attempt to penetrate the blur. He begins to see a living white corps in the reflection… déjà vu from another dream. Breaking contact with the haze, he puts back on the same pair of underwear—inside out. Stepping back into his room, he riffles through a small pile of cloths in a corner. He settles on a pair of dirt brown corduroys, and a blue and green plaid flannel shirt.'