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Two Poems by Jona Colson

The Stroke followed him up the back stairs,through the kitchen door, passing me at the tableand into the living room where he collapsed on the floor.I picked...

Two Poems by Lennie Lianne

BY THE BLACK THREAD OF A ROAD I sit lingering on the rimof some meandering water,my legs tucked under me,and daydream he’s driving on the black...

Four Poems by Lori Tsang

approaching eternity the navigator is the bishop’sdaughter he said before he left us planted in the astronomers’meadow head thrown backand eyes open to the nighti study...

Blue Friday or the Bluest Blue by Susan Scheid

I got the Blues so bad my eyes are invisible I got the Blues so bad people think I’m a river I got the Blues so bad I have...

Three Poems by Ryan Quinn Flanagan

Thrownness A choice? Not one of those.And now Martin with his thrownness.I am a javelin with dangling heredity legs.Booster cables for the heart's long winter.Salamander-crawled...