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her smile seemed
 
Too easy, like warm rain or a ripening

Still Life by Joyce Zhou

her smile seemed

Too easy, like warm rain or a ripening

Jun, 03

Katydids by Sam Bellamy

  The last time I flew back to Los Angeles I remembered when you sat in front of me on an airplane, 23B. I spoke to you through the split in the seats. I told […]

May, 15

Two Poems by Cindy Song

mangata   there’s a word in another language that means            the maternal sorrow reflected in the moon’s image   on dark water: mangata. i sift through stacks &     […]

May, 09

Exiles and Loot by Aaron Lembo

They each exist, one after the other, on skiffs gliding through canals at the dead of night.   The moon burns topaz, street-lamps sigh.   One deserter whispers the Ave Maria. Clap go the hurried […]

May, 09

Two poems by Jenny Moroney

Coca Cola   People love to see coke disappear into a slim, tall girl, picture her sunlit sipping from a tall, cool glass, her legs shining and stretched on top the table. A wink and […]

Apr, 22

The Debt by Jacob Parsons

It remains More tangible to me than your remains.   It is tied to me by soft twine Light translucent, a dragged cloud Unseen unfelt unforgotten   You don’t let me forget You are long […]

Apr, 22

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