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Tag Archives: Stacy R. Nigliazzo
I worry my hands across the spire of your breastbone, catch a flicker of breath— blue hearts and bright sunflowers, the handprints of your children. Stacy R. Nigliazzo’s debut poetry collection Scissored Moon was published in 2013 by Press 53. It … Continue reading
for D. Her neck was broken when I found her, arms purple and blue, skull shattered when I found her, bloody handprints across the vomit-soaked floor— from the bathroom to the bedroom— when I found her— siting quietly in a well of … Continue reading
1. We offered cold cloths for fever, salt for his throat, water for his railing heart— I held out my hand, tucked his hair behind one ear. 2. He slept before the sun fell— a plastic tube in his throat so … Continue reading