by Alan Garrigan
“Man is something that shall be overcome”
Some suckers just want to get high, Life is infinitely more important, Literally a chance to live forever, A fly cannot comprehend space-flight, A man cannot comprehend the possibility, Of his own immortality They shall raise the ashes, As all convenes into one, Veritable singularity, Whatever you call it Peace comes when you pray
Alan Garrigan is an MA student from Ireland (UCD) and has been previously published in some small publication magazines. He likes avant-garde and conceptual text. Philosophical poetry is an area of particular interest to him. He has written a 20,000 word thesis on poetry, and particularly enjoys ecopoetry.