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Category Archives: Poetry
“Mr. Motes…what do you walk on rocks for?” “To pay,” he said in a harsh voice. “Pay for what?” “It don’t make any difference for what,” he said. (Wise Blood, Flannery O’Connor) Doors both invite and close against the knock. … Continue reading
that time in Jogja the hotel balcony on Sosrowijayan rain thick as a curtain the sugared tea sweet as _____________ tonight we’ll go & dine at a hotel for the rich then I’ll wrap you in yards of spun … Continue reading
the flowers pour in from the market gardens rest in a gentle spiral in the trough the artist requests that a viewer pluck a flower take some circuitous route to their next place of call & gift the bloom to … Continue reading
You picture broken necks quick as wishing bones. I didn’t know the head could hang for hours, limp and heavy as forgotten, unsqueezed washcloths. That you still had to rush them to the vet, cradle their little heads like overripe … Continue reading
How many crows make a murder? I asked in the birdshit-covered Adirondack chairs that hovered like watchful mothers over the hotel pool. The two of us, our white skin blinding in the Mumbai sun, worked fingers over phone screens to … Continue reading
They say women are supposed to kill themselves neatly, like good girls. Leave no mess behind so everyone else can go on with minimal disruptions. No lovers left to scrub floors, pick up brains or pour hydrogen peroxide on crusty … Continue reading