REQUIEM FOR A MISSED TRAIN by Joe Yoga

June 13, 2011

only I scream “fuck”
and consider throwing my
coffee cup.
those who had been
speedwalking
behind me
(perhaps they’d forgotten their cups’ lids too)
laugh or do nothing or simply

stand clear

Joe Yoga is a musician, actor, artist and producer based in New York City. He regularly plays venues all over NYC and beyond. He released his most recent album, Life Out East, in September 2010. He also plays bass in Killy Dwyer’s punk performance-art comedy rock supergroup Kill the Band.

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