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Two Poems by Anneliese Donstad

all we have is desperate hope and astrology charts I want to capture this moment where we interlace our arms around each otherstanding beneath ursa...

Three Poems by Michele Keane-Moore

The Parabolic Flight of the Hummingbird I will hypnotize you With my ecstatic flight, Back and forth, Flashing ruby red. Casting my spell to declare All of this mine-- The flowers,...

Two Poems by Ryan Quinn Flanagan

The Dissolving Man It is good to disappear.Incognito fires extinguished. And the dissolving manin a liquid beaker. As some faraway youth-to-deathoccurs in direct proportion. No knowledge of the...

Two Poems by Lilly Hallock

You Told Me You Loved Me I wish I knewWhat you meant whenYou showed up at my roomAnd you told me you loved me.It has...

Three Poems by Shakti Sackett

Give Me More Stretching open I feelexactly how I want to.The fear makes me tremblebut want feverishly. The moon is not full.I am not wild now.I...

Two Poems by Elisabeth Greene

Visiting Lalla Essaydi’s Revisions A security guard follows me while I visit Lalla Essaydi’s photography, paintings, and multimedia art exhibit in DC, with close pursuit in latticed space he...

Orpheus by Marc Gull

Orpheus It befalls a man to journey down into a macabre land without warmth of sun.carrying doubt but blinded by youthful passion.The shores of the...

Three Poems by Rana Bickel

The Best Poems About Shenandoah Have Already Been Written But misty clouds float over mountains carpeted in greenlike angels breath hovering over the mossy forest...

Two Poems by Nicole Farmer

Dead Man's Toenails Every time I look down, there he is—thick disease-ridden hooves for nails, dad's gift to me. I've resented them my entirelife. Briefly the...

Banks America by T. M. Hudenburg

Banks America it’s raining, it’s pouringold-monied bankers are snoringdreaming wetly on a Sunday morning whether to still those robo-pensthat keep scribbling and scribblingsignature after signature accepting...

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Three Poems by Serena Agusto-Cox

Marvelous Creeper It seeps,it creeps.Emerging, crawling,a marring of sky.Amber deepens to pumpkin,the distortion less unsettling.Soon, a blood orange supplants everything.We sit here, marveling. Not waiting,not...

Three Poems by Fran Abrams

Trees Know Bare branches of winter treessway in wind, like animalsbobbing their heads,listening to music of breezes,telling stories to their neighbors. Trees know who tilled the...

Two Poems by R.E.I.L.

Piece for PEACE For my grandmother (Feb 2, 1956 - February 13, 2020) I’m trying to find the right words to make sense or peace with...
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