Tag Archives: Vanessa Jimenez Gabb

Out West

There is nothing beautiful About a car when you spend a day driving Back and forth to the same places Everything rewinds Whom you speak with most Are songs When Queens becomes Long Island I am happy for a job … Continue reading

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Eastern Parkway

I haven’t sat, just sat In a long, long while This bench looks good, though Already a blister on my foot The wrong shoes and a few drinks While everyone’s at work. Across, a man and his cane Resting on … Continue reading

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Beach Day

All day hazy After a long drive Cheap beer and sandwiches A few other couples escaping the city We are all somewhere in the water When a stranger points From shore Fear, for a split second – Then, a dolphin … Continue reading

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All Wrong the Way It Did Not Rise

from the doorframe at the sound of more sugar another pan more butter and water   the pantry open again flour across counters to the floor   you slowly the flour now the eggs one by one like this you … Continue reading

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