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Category Archives: Poetry
Throwing it, object-symbolic out window. Lazy like careful. I love through some other. If it’s preeminent, hold back the tent flaps so, I can guess what shadow your fingers make. Has a hole always been in your head? Or … Continue reading
Was a name called not often by the few sullen expressions? A caterpillar hugs the blanket edge. Flick match into burn pile. Warrant not avowal of moniker? The strung-outs kiss me on the feet. Tremble asleep and I will not … Continue reading
Drum beat on high-higher tempo a reverberation ripple in-ground— Expect this to be a time of great appreciation. Apocalypse in eyelids. Resected vindication. Known-world underwater. Andrew Hutto writes out of Louisville, KY. He was recently awarded third place in the … Continue reading
“Over the burning marl” – John Milton, Paradise Lost I.295 Easy to assure, to seize by other means the confidence needed to rightfully press down on the applicator. Get it gone out of mind the scenes of pre- projected New … Continue reading
“We’ve heard you were a victim. Stop crouching in shadows, chewing your hair.” – “Okay, Ophelia,” Jeannine Hall Gailey You have a copy of Jeannine Hall Gailey’s poem propped in front of the birdcage that sits on top of your … Continue reading
“It is easy enough to make cedar and white ash fumes into palaces and to cover the sea-caves with ivory and onyx.” – “Circe,” H. D. He asks why Circe turned Odysseus’ crew back into men after turning them to … Continue reading