Resurrection Man

Resurrection Man
by Christa A. Bergerson

he collects
traveling home to hovel
peaking through cracks
in doors, windows, foxholes
and eyes
selfishly imbibing
their final astral

each departure
when shattered auras rise
he gathers their dust
the futility of hope
blinding him to his mortality
blood lust for life

Christa A. Bergerson
is foremost a Guardian of Nature and those who writhe betwixt the veil. She is also a Luddite who prefers listening to the phonograph over those other newfangled contraptions.  Her poetry has appeared in Kaleidotrope, The Gunpowder Review, Out of Arcadia: A Devotional Anthology in Honor of Pan, Circle Magazine, Lalitamba Journal, and Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet, among other publications. To initiate astral and/or sublunary contact, please contact her through the devilish internet at

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