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Category Archives: Poetry
Trevor Root is a poet based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He has previously been published in :Lexicon.
Should I introduce myself or will my confusion do it for me? Ten years later & I still don’t know which pill I’m supposed to take first, so I take all four at the same time & give a wink … Continue reading
On the seventh day God made emojis, face paint, Spider-Man hanging upside down as he makes out with an entire city. Wikipedia as bible. Bible as flood, famine, hundreds of frogs falling on an ambulance. It’s raining. The ambulance flips. … Continue reading
Granny dying sent me away don’t want him seeing me like this I’ll never forget the bedspread’s silver threads Richard H. Fox dreams on Sanibel Island, FL, and in Worcester, MA. When not writing about rock ‘n’ roll or youthful … Continue reading
She withholds intimacy as punishment For a series of crimes he has committed: He dusts, but he doesn’t dust when dusting Is required, according to her schedule. But it is more than that. He doesn’t have The desire to dust. … Continue reading
In the final hour before the break of day when the darkness demonstrates a rare humility and all the earth appears to be still, a boy who had never before laundered his clothes presses his Sunday shirt in sacred silence. … Continue reading