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Tag Archives: Catherine B. Krause
My ex-partner profited off the Napoleonic Wars. They insisted that their shoelaces were tied. Their moon was the size of a pair of blue eagles And they couldn’t construct a proper cheesecake. I sat and listened to their droning about … Continue reading
I’m glad you think I’m pretty and I really did like the little ceramic cup with my name on it, but you voted to zap me straight and cis, deport the scared closeted trans girl with no memory of the … Continue reading
licking his lips he stares at the box the contents are hidden it’s hard to pull off but it keeps you safe as long as he doesn’t unwrap you This is a reprint of work originally published in Ohio Fusion. … Continue reading
A tall skinny man with long brown hair and a big, wide, cheesy, affected smile, wearing a heavy sweatshirt with a big red C on it, is standing on the dock of a large ship. I approach him and say, … Continue reading
Admit you are fully irrational and accept responsibility for it. Buy a Chinese-English dictionary, select a random word, and put its literal English translation into the poem you’re writing. Use the benefits of obscurity to satisfy marginalized stomachs. Prefer hearing … Continue reading
one anothership is our body Catherine B. Krause (b. 8 Apr 1985) is a Jewish-American computer programmer from Indianapolis, Indiana who lives in DuPont Circle, Washington, D.C. Her poetry has been published in English, Esperanto, Interlingua and Latin. Her poem … Continue reading