Classified

Classified

Your monetary support of Writeropolis Industries is much appreciated. Anything you pop into my tip jar goes straight back into the growth of the network. You may find yourself name-dropped in an episode of Raconteuse Radio if you do!

my life reads like the classifieds

pages of what’s for sale

My prompt today is an exercise

In making words sound pretty

On this page here

I’m not so old to forget

About classified ads

But they remind me of

One of the best years ever

william beckett of the academy is on the honda civic tour in 2007 in las vegas
william beckett of the academy is on the honda civic tour in 2007 in las vegas

what’s on the auction block

I was knee-deep in my mid-2000s pop-punk era

Emo, they liked to call it

Except the purists would tell you otherwise

william beckett of the academy is and gabe saporta of cobra starship on the honda civic tour, 2007, las vegas

she’s got a decent voice

Music saved my life, and I taught my nieces the same

One of them got it, the other, not so much

Love her, just the same

Hope she knows

wristbands for the academy is sleeping with giants tour in 2007, las vegas
wristbands for the academy is sleeping with giants tour in 2007, las vegas

attention bidders!

The headings for this poem

Are lyrics from a song

That match the photos I chose

ART, look it up baby

my signed, homemade poster of the academy is

he’s got that crooked smile

I miss kids in garage bands

Writing terrible lyrics and making awful noise

Because there’s an inherent joy, so relatable

In the broken hearts of our youth

tree branch

Level up your day with an often-imitated, never duplicated aural transmission from Raconteuse Radio!

logo of raconteuse radio

This tiny — but mighty — podcast celebrates the oral delivery of the written word. My goal is to showcase and chat with emerging & established writers at all stages of their careers and probe the minds of unshakable industry folks to show us how to become published poets and authors.

Want to be featured? Submit your pitch!

Back to Top