David William Parry
Rev Dr David William Parry (he, him, his) is a multi-award-winning poet, essayist, dramatist, and queer pastor of Valentine’s Hall, a Metropolitan Community Church Oasis founded in South London, UK.
I once met Hercules in Café Nero As a barista between cups and croissants, Albeit armoured by a tight white tee shirt, Above bulging and shapely grey jeans.
Scientific Coughs and Sneezes
In a world of broken machines, I always tried to bring myself with me Yet, the day arrived when time ended. As mother remembered in her intelligence bubbles
The Loki Structure
Above our firmament of endless stars no wickedness is found in realms where beauty holds unending sway across celestial dominions. Escorted, as this absolute attribute is, by everlasting duration. Nonetheless, mistakes occasionally occur even at these lofty heights. Errors similar to those of unresolved equations, which eventually trickle down into this artless conglomeration of mixed motives and crude desires. Each new dilemma residing in an unsettled dialectic slowly spreading into further moral confusions within the confines of a fixed arena. Battlegrounds, dare one suggest, localising in the epidermal machinery of specific individuals.
My Stargate of Sexualities
As a teenager astonished by starry tales, I became a Manichaean fractal remoulded by Light Which illuminated my stargate of sexualities;