Charles Kesler

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Ten One-Line Poems to Breaking Up 1. Breaking up, I remember your lips were a long long hello. 2. Breaking up, your hips are an even longer goodbye. 3. Breaking up, your tongue is a fire extinguisher. 4. Breaking up, … Continued

Gwendolyn Edward

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What Cannot be (con)sealed  “The labyrinth pattern suggests play and terror; it expresses both our control over our environment and our bewilderment within it; it represents orderly disorder, the systematic creation of a mystery more powerful than the creator, who … Continued

Corey Mesler

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Saltation The darkened bodies of distaff clothing lie at the bottom of the clawfoot tub, half-submerged in graying water, a grave circumstance for things once worn, gay and fair, when they all went dancing.   COREY MESLER has published in numerous journals … Continued

Frank Light

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Nesh Not So Much Four hours of hard driving – more if a vehicle broke down, as they often did on those roads, or if, God forbid, you hit a mine or an ambush – off the plains, into the … Continued

April Salzano

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Poverty-Induced Anorexia I know now why I consumed you every night in bed. I was starving. I tore into you like a steak, rare. I ripped protein from bone, sucked marrow, licked my fingers clean and went in for a … Continued

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