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Category: Poetry

Colin Dodds

NO PREDICTABLE MALFUNCTION by Colin Dodds The bar smelled like an ex-girlfriend’s breath. And I was like Belgium in the 20th century— just waiting for someone to violate my
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William Greenway

High Heaven by William Greenway for Rosalee He who loves give a hostage to fortune. —Nietzsche Another stinking diaper to thank God for, why we traveled all the way
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William Greenway

IN HEAVEN IT IS ALWAYS AUTUMN by William Greenway after John Donne It all seemed to happen that same year we lived in England, every hill golden with
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Sebastian H. Paramo

BEGINNER’S ENGLISH FOR REFUGEES by Sebastian H. Paramo I walk around the makeshift classroom where the heat has us sweating for words. The adults repeat phrases like a
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Katharine Johnsen

BIRTHDAY by Katharine Johnsen            Boca Raton, March 1995 Clasping my hand around my grandfather's, I pulled him from a doze to rehearse; he
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