Tag Archives: Annmarie Lockhart

Hand Delivered

What can we know of the exile of the recluse Dickinson, hiding as she sent her pages out trickling into the world or the exquisite torment of Mistress Barrett, waiting on the impossible slow of hand- written, delivered words or … Continue reading

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Motherhood of Preemie Twins Part IV

This extended infancy leaves me anemic, osteoporotic, desiccated skin stretched to paper, no pulsing blue threads mapping the way back from the dead. They are 4 years small and 6 baby steps behind their peers. They see the world through … Continue reading

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Sounds Like Butterfly

According to the CDC, HPV is the most prevalent sexually transmitted infection in the world on its way to overtaking smoking as the leading cause of oropharyngeal cancer in the US. This is what I think about when I ask … Continue reading

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Writer’s Declaration of Dependence

we hold these truths to be self-evident that wordplay is poetry that wordplay is war that wordplay is sex that wordplay is love that words are food we are writers and the world is what we deem it we get … Continue reading

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