Michael Cantin featured on WE ALL BLEED THE SAME!

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Happy Tuesday, Poets and Poetry Lovers! Today, we’re glad to announce a brand new poetry feature over on WE ALL BLEED THE SAME! Head on over and read “I-5” by California Poet Michael Cantin.

http://spiltinkpoetry.tumblr.com/post/97064343903/i-5-by-michael-cantin

 

Here’s a little about Michael Cantin:

“Michael Cantin has survived two wars and at least four seasons of Breaking Bad, so you know he means business. He delights in classical history, the magnificence of the sublimely mundane and the richly bizarre with equal measure. He grew up in Orange County, California and spent his early twenties in Europe seeking to find himself, where he quickly lost himself again. Now residing in Costa Mesa, he writes fitfully between bouts of madness and periods of lucid concern. He would love to buy you a drink sometime. He’s just that kind of guy.”

 

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