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Poetry

Two Poems by James Crews

Two Poems by James Crews

On a hillside outside of Tokyo, / a man has built a glass booth / with a disconnected rotary phone / for calling lost relatives, / for speaking to the dead.

Three Poems by Michael Castro

Three Poems by Michael Castro

The River The river rises to unprecedented levels. Tree tops prick the surface. The water seeps under doors, over windows,swallows banks, coughs up refuse of forgotten joys.Girls & boys pile sandbags, feeling...

Flower Flower

Flower Flower

O I could fill a cinema. Bent road of jade birds' loft bed  rain ruining the mountain and my own little hooves beating a repeating question. In winter.  Ordinary life....

Two Poems by Adam Edelman

Two Poems by Adam Edelman

Help Desk All is not lost, in my opinion.Something in the way of how anything can happen ends up meaning most anything doesn’t, and did you ever notice it never...

Four Poems by Alicia Rebecca Myers

Four Poems by Alicia Rebecca Myers

January I am too much in my body.Mornings spent wishing for optical science and invisibility cloaks.I dream of being pregnant again, even as I sweat through next-stageluster.The iced-over lake makes...

Dog Star

Dog Star

In the ghost capsuleLaika the cosmonaut dogwas still alive.There really is no solace even in this 4th space I try to make.This poem is not the right door,the sort of...

In My Sister's House

In My Sister's House

When I walk up, Zeke-the-Dog is already in the car. They're taking him in. Gentlyput: helping him die. Gentlyput: killing him with less pain. On the radio,the Angels erase our...

Six Poems by Katy Chrisler

Six Poems by Katy Chrisler

Rebreaking a Bone Before means chronology has logic;means outpaced prior-faced enmity -lacking of punch, drunkless. Dressed less. My prologue, I harken. Has teethmade of cartilage. No, bones. Side flesh. What husband? What has...

Five Poems by Mark Neely

Five Poems by Mark Neely

our babysitter hangs from her seatbelt in an overturned jeep / across the field a farmhouse glitters like a chandelier

From "Stock Pond"

From "Stock Pond"

I didn’t put your place (cafo – concentrated animalfeeding operation) on Counterglow.By now I guess the algo knows. I don’t know what I wanted to save – my embarrassment. To...

Two Poems by Daniel Ruiz

Two Poems by Daniel Ruiz

Loud Laughter It wafts out of the same demented hallway monsters march out of also: the vampire sings, laughter follows. A machine modified to present clear and present danger keeps...

A swan

A swan

a swan  a swan   a silver swan   automaton  articulates articulates a   remove  from time   tells time itself  mechanical   fool proof        at 2 pm   in the provincial museum, the dial...

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