Doug Draime
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MORE THAN THE ALLEY
by
DOUG DRAIME
September 2004
Superman Looking Through A Microscope At Cells Dying
I Don't Scream Outlaw Because It Is A Fad
Tavern Haiku
January 2005
Near the Border Line
Leaving the Coast of Georgia
July 2005
Disneyland
January 2006
Worker 1943-46
Old Homeless Man in St. Francis Hotel Lobby
January 2008
Dream From Motel 6
Glass Factory
Former Lit Teacher Now A Talking Bartender
July 2009
Jerry From Over On 13th Street
January 2012
Wrong Room at the Best Western
Cherry Bomb
February 2013
Saturday Afternoon The Day The World Was Supposed To End
Fire Water Rumba
February 2014
Buck The Fuck Up: Surf Reflection
In Her Dream They're Knights in Shining Armor
Dear John

Doug Draime
, poet, short story writer and playwright
has been writing and publishing in the underground and
small press since the late 1960's. Most recent books
include:
Slaves Of The Harvest (Indian Heritage
Publishing, 2002
), Unoccupied Zone (Pitchfork Press,
2004
) Spleen an online book (Poetic Inhalation, 2005),
and forthcoming in 2006,
Spiders And Madmen from
Scintillating Publications. His poems and short stories
have appeared in hundreds of print and online journals.
He currently lives in Oregon with his wife, writer
Carol Shepherd-Draime.
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