Gadzooks! (being an apostrophe to my hands)
Poetry by Jay Hopler What is there in all this clutter / That loves you?
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Poetry by Jehanne Dubrow Love, instead, that groups // are known as plagues, / annoyances.
Poem by Seanse Lynch Ducken as close as a berry is to its own warm blood
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Two Poems by Marie Christelle Garcia There […]
Anatomy of a Woman’s Spine
Four poems by Leslie Harrison I applied to the sky for asylum applied for space for air I sought a way out of all the rectangles sought through forests then meadows with their secret dyes their busy insects the sky always there the sky never even close
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Two poems by Kathleen Taylor I keep Bad Mother’s head well fed on wedges of black plums and half-smoked cigarettes which she eats right out of my palm.