| Howling at a Concrete Moon
| Book Information
Howling at a Concrete Moon is a poem written by Moe Szyslak and edited by Lisa Simpson.
Lisa discovers that Moe can write poetry and puts a few of this random notes together into a poem. She then sends it to American Poetry Perspectives where is it read by J. Jonah Jameson, who then publishes it.
- Howling at a concrete moon,
- My soul smells like a dead pigeon after three weeks.
- I shut my window and go to sleep.
- In my dream I eat corn with my eyes.