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Two Poems by James White

Time is a surgeon I am a spoke.Turning clockwise, notat all the wiser.Choices dig their roots intosoil without my consent but Iwater them anyway.A mossy...

Three Poems by Susan Notar

Thirst, Greece From a photo by Herbert List, 1939 A slender forearm in shadowelbow on a tablefingertips contemplating a tumbler of ouzoindex finger raised from the...

Three Poems by Serena Agusto-Cox

When You Want to Stay Plug my wound.Gauze sops blood.Tug my body --electric current to my chest --Tether my soul --soft hand to my heart...

Two Poems by Bradley James McElligott

the circle by the college the red, red wine has seeped into the carpet, too deeply to be...

Three Poems by Sarah DeCorla-Souza

When We Were Young Each moment was thick,pearled into droplets, not yet thinned.The clink of dishes. The rustle of hymnal pages turning. Dust moteshovering in a sunbeam....