POEMS

Poems2016-10-18T14:21:03+00:00

Black Spots, by Gavin Duncan

By |December 10th, 2019|Categories: December 2019, poems|

BLACK SPOTSby Gavin Duncan  BLACK SPOTSWhat does it mean to be alive?I am genetically bred to fulfill your needs and expectations. For that very reason I could never be perfect; only better than [...]

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Three Poems, by Cameron Morse

By |December 10th, 2019|Categories: December 2019, poems|

THREE POEMSby Cameron Morse PYTHONNo one told me how long I had to live.No one quoted the statistics.Even the python in Mom’s dreamwas dead, lying on the dining room tableduring a Morse family [...]

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Song of Polymers, by Paul Cunningham

By |December 10th, 2019|Categories: artwork, December 2019, poems|

SONG OF POLYMERSby Paul Cunningham  Paul Cunningham is a PhD candidate at the University of Georgia. From the Swedish, he is the translator of Helena Österlund's Words (OOMPH! Press, 2019). He has [...]

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Texas Dirt, by Lawrence Wilson

By |December 10th, 2019|Categories: December 2019, poems|

TEXAS DIRTby Lawrence Wilson    I can’t fly into AmarilloSubject of country songsFor the way the name Of the city soundsLike ‘Amarillo By Morning’In which the bull riderDrives up from San AntoneAnd all the stuff [...]

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Two Poems, by Lauren Scharhag

By |December 10th, 2019|Categories: December 2019, poems|

TWO POEMSby Lauren Scharhag   GIRL WITH A GUNafter Louisiana Zombie Afternoon, by Jenn ZedOf course it would happen here. Nobody was surprisedwhen the dead came for Louisiana. We are knownfor our strange history, [...]

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Tundra, by FJP Langheim

By |December 10th, 2019|Categories: December 2019, poems|

TUNDRAby FJP Langheim  TUNDRANot just quietbut absorbed soundWhere escaped noiseis instantly gonereplacedby looming silhouettesin secret valeswhere dark owls prowland running children stumbleHere at nightI sleep with youinside ice houseson frozen desert lakesand every [...]

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