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Emily as a Mad River

            For Justin Bigos Some songs double & that is how the casual Midwestern rivers can turn wine-dark & ominous & isn’t it so lovely to be threatened by water that has cleansed so many believers? I didn’t walk through the … Continue reading

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Emily as the Splitter

Some women wear white for the context of their actions. Emily is an artist. She wants to wear a canvas while she divides the world. I hold her gently because I am not an artist. I don’t know what to … Continue reading

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Lady, You Shot Me #7

He wanted to give away his heart & the police in Los Angeles wanted to catalog his heart. They did the least they could. The absolute least. Darren C. Demaree is the author of As We Refer to Our Bodies (8th … Continue reading

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