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All Night Long by Frederick Pollack

All Night Long The owl or outdoor cat or neighborhood dog-with-a-secret who killed you, owes you, so that if you line up nicely between clueless lizards, big old beetles, and cats that hunger or cars got (they’re still pushy, butmore…

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The Long Returning by Donavon Davidson

The Long Returning For Annsi They swallowed the river- the doll with black eyes the man with immovable arms, now, they are the river. I was afraid or I thought it was necessary because I heard their voices – fruitmore…

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To Cure by Sarah Janczak

To Cure When you dissect a human start with the eyes. The way light makes lace out of walls Lightly with the cadaver. I knew you sanitized, sterile, stark naked under that plastic sheet. I slid my tongue down yourmore…

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The California Prelude by Sean Neville

The California Prelude I a. Oh, most belovèd friend! a glorious time of snacking. A happy, happy, happy time feeding on your woolly looks while your striplings fled like starlings in leather shorts, in tulip wraps, in kilts, in ladybags,more…

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Two Poems by M.G. Martin

a lone piece of electrical wire i am using time to move through my life. many hours per inch. two days per step. & what dawn is this? shaping whether i am here or missing. shaping though i try tomore…

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Two Poems by Corey Zeller

That smell like water flowers It is everywhere. It is in the closet that is open, in the CGI walrus on the TV screen talking to kids about algebra, in the money I cannot use. It reminds me that allmore…

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A Poem by Anthony Opal

Sequence Collapse Fox Vox in brown socks. A man tends to a body in the crematorium. It is my father, lit from the inside like an ember. So much for daydreaming, for nay-saying. So much for shaking like a leafmore…

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Two Poems by David Blair

Revere Beach in Spring Forget that purple seaweedy end of it, with the gross stuff and the carnivorous sandflies in the rattle of dried grasses, obligatory pieces of dried shit, the bad stories the phytoplankton tell the sea worms, themore…

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Three Poems by Nate Pritts

UNTITLED (10/25/2011) I see you open the door. Many seconds before you walk through it the rush of autumn breeze carries your scent to me: raspberries, the quiet of your hair. I use my receipt for a bookmark so Imore…

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A Poem by Jennifer Mackenzie

Small White Bed Carving nudes in Styrofoam Art crouches shoving moss into its mouth inquiring Why should we persist as a whisper, nuptial itch of a contra-etching of its Do not contemplate us           Mr. )more…

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Two Poems by AM Fisher

German Shepherd Let me be a monk. Send me to the monastery near me; They make cheesecake and they make jam with their friends, the nuns. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… Worsted Yarn So hung— over and out of it you put a Björkmore…

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Three Poems by Steven D. Schroeder

Each One Goes Alone Late-night regret comes on as a brunette Is a bullshit line yet felt right at the time. When you pick a new city for foliage and brick In promotional photos, the baggage follows. Of course, themore…

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