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Comfort

Comfort

October 29, 2009

Valerie Hall
I keep in the stead of your eyes and hand’s intensity A meager consolation: that in living I am speaking...
Notches

Notches

October 29, 2009

Ryan McNally There are empty ways to count success. My parents sexed so I could be...
Fear of Flying

Fear of Flying

October 29, 2009

Adrienne Su They’re sure of it: by hugging the ground they will avert the day it swallows them.
Following the Ancients

Following the Ancients

October 29, 2009

Pamela Pignataro
The world did not start when you were born, so let the paths of the ancients lead you through your life.
Ode to a Cemetery on All Souls Day

Ode to a Cemetery on All Souls Day

October 29, 2009

Kenneth DiMaggio Halloween Was for the rest of America...

The Sleep of the Innocent

October 29, 2009

Sam Pierstorff Since our infant son first slept with arms poised as if a touchdown...
To a Cherokee Ancestor

To a Cherokee Ancestor

October 28, 2009

Elizabeth Barrette
She was a strong woman, we know that. We remember It in our bones. She was a handsome woman: we see it in...
Destroyed Vintage

Destroyed Vintage

October 22, 2009

Sam Pierstorff

 

Satire at its best. This poem takes on the mannequin at your local mall and the corporation that tells him what to wear.

Jihad

October 22, 2009

James Weaver Horsemen rode an azure tinctured morning sky, Thrumming decibels on chosen trips to Hell...
Holy Water

Holy Water

October 10, 2009

Ryan McNally We let go of each other’s hand to fall on the kneelers...

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