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Tuesday, June 18, 2019
Tuesday poem #324 : Rob Winger : 19/85 (LETTER FOR TWO, LOST)
for Alicia and Eldon 1. Dear friends, have I given you October? How the deepest lakes fill with blue? Or the tired hills turn to vinyl ...
Tuesday, June 11, 2019
Tuesday poem #323 : Brenda Brooks : Ebb
The thrill is gone, she said. Life’s not one long jubilee anymore: Left last night — won’t be back. But to be fair she put...
Tuesday, June 04, 2019
Tuesday poem #322 : Lindsay Turner : FORMS OF DISPLEASURE
the hawks are a-nesting storms in the evenings no the hawks are re-nesting the forest is gone they clearcut the forest the smell of black p...
Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Tuesday poem #321 : Ruth Daniell : Corpse Flower
In July 2018, a specimen nicknamed Uncle Fester at Bloedel Conservatory in Vancouver became the first Amorphophallus titanium plant t...
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Tuesday poem #320 : Emma Bolden : AMERICAN BEATITUDES
In the city in which I works best there is no you. Understand that understanding means an opening where there should be a wa...
Tuesday, May 14, 2019
Tuesday poem #319 : Kirby : Sunday School
There is no half-measure to praise or grief speaking tongues at the tip of your cock, unceasingly. KIRB...
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