Modest Phantom – Mitch Green

Haunted thin. Another malefactor
in the tabernacle of sober innocence.
Sheathed inward, between a soiled
pair of linen and wood, the man in
black wool bares illuminant eyes.

Secrets stacked on the forehead of
monstrous oppression; a catalog criminal.
Smokey cocks sifted through fragments
of mien – detoxing the nimble phantom
in nothing. Modest bones knew how to
collapse, inhaling tufts of fur.

The colorless beauty.
The iron warmth of man.
The living lore of Lilith.


{Mitch Green founded Rad Press Publishing in September of 2016. He is an avid artist in visual design and literature. Published in various literary journals and magazines: The Literary Yard. The Penmen Review. Vimfire Magazine – Mitch aims to seize the narrow line between all artistic mediums.

A few of his known poetic titles are: “Flesh Phoenix” “Monsters” “The Wolves Howled”.

Offering his hand in graphic direction – his book design portfolio can be foundhere.

Follow Mitch and Rad Press Publishing on Instagram.}

18 thoughts on “Modest Phantom – Mitch Green

  1. There is so much language I am in love with here that I don’t know where to start but perhaps I will just let this linger, shimmering in the air:
    “Modest bones knew how to
    collapse, inhaling tufts of fur.”


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