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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

THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS INFORMATION LOSS by James Croal Jackson

You can recover anything. If you can’t,  you will. What you seek exists  but has left for the black hole of knowledge  steady at the center of the galaxy.  You will become a different person,  […]

Apr, 22

The Philosopher of Endcliffe Park by Mark Greene

In late summer, at five o'clock in the morning, Endcliffe Park is sleeping. The birds are dreaming of yesterday's worms. The runners, still at home in their living rooms, have not finished their stretching. The […]

Apr, 22

Intimacy by Regina Baeza Martinez

Intimacy    Raindrops smear themselves across sidewalks. I blush as the soles of my shoes  caress the puddles they come to make up.    Waves’ crests graze the sand quickly before teasingly pulling back.   […]

Apr, 09

a modern metamorphosis by Emily Tian

tuesday morning crack of the garage door and already the sun takes a long shift heroically. she microwaves albacore in its tin cocoon for breakfast, thrifted from aisle 3. each yawn an exodus with an […]

Mar, 23

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