Death and Candy
No, I still have not watched The Hate U Give; nor have I read the book. / Though, I did, for one moment, consider playing the movie Poetry by Yavaria Ryan
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Two poems by Sherrie Fernandez-Williams she wonders how long before her / own body knows it is the keeper / of treasures and her mortal soul has / endless chances to get things right.
Two poems by Dianne Silvestri One schemes up the raptor, / annoys its neck to straighten / and reach for the aging gymnasium
The Sun Is a Jaguar
Two poems by Tiffany Higgins Omolú who wears a veil / Of husks, tied so you can’t / Peer inside. But the god / Perceives you, dusty shape, / As he moves inside his hay
The Man Who Would Have Died Had He Lived
Two poems by David Bergman For example, my mother told me in whispers / that if my grandfather (alav ha-shalom), / had known I was homosexual, / he’d have dropped dead on the spot.
Two poems by Daniel Edward Moore yards grow jaundice with dandelion grief, / my skin more yellow each day.