Tag Archives: Kimberlee Smith

Vinegar Eel

for Sylvia Plath Born in this acidic world, consuming chemistry evolves rapidly. I was drawn to parasites for a while, anyway. Your toxic simplicity soothed. Chunks of mealy apple fed you, co-dependence fed me Placid in your viscous home; a … Continue reading

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Married, to Death in Baja

Driving down a nameless road it does not qualify to place on a map its insignificance? magnified And I stop Who attached the wreath of plastic rainbow carnations strangled with brittle wire through a bleached-out snapshot of a mama worthy of immortalization … Continue reading

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