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Unzipped by Lynn White

Unzipped by Lynn White

  Closed up tight focused seeing straight ahead into the dark, the grey, the black. Closed. Unzip, unbutton, loosen up see the blue behind. Unzip… Read More
 
prayer for crows, starving by John Sweet

prayer for crows, starving by John Sweet

    when the sky finally opens up the dogs have all stopped digging for the body have grown bored with the idea of jesus… Read More
 
Last Stand by Sy Roth

Last Stand by Sy Roth

  Do I couch this in nice-Nellyisms? Play games with the words to hide the truths? Or, speak from some depth of heart that questions… Read More
 
Geena Davis by Ryan Quinn Flanagan

Geena Davis by Ryan Quinn Flanagan

  Geena Davis is 63 today and I remember when Tom Hanks told her there was no crying in baseball and all the men I… Read More
 
Becoming Human Each Day by Luis Cuauhtémoc Berriozábal

Becoming Human Each Day by Luis Cuauhtémoc Berriozábal

  Born from a wave that was born from a storm, she morphed from a mermaid to a young girl. In her room she is… Read More
 
ain’t no one getting out of this life alive by John Sweet

ain’t no one getting out of this life alive by John Sweet

  in the season of knotted rope, we are all waiting to hang isn’t this what we’re talking about, no matter what it is we’re… Read More
 
Hanna and Her Sons by Sy Roth

Hanna and Her Sons by Sy Roth

  The blank entity stares at them from the distance. Waiting to see how stiff-necked they are. His breath blew out a white-rimed blast, Frozen… Read More
 
Tales From the Artist and His Model by John Grey

Tales From the Artist and His Model by John Grey

  Her nature was rendered intangible. Her body parts floated in free space. His brushwork subtracted the same time as it multiplied, divided physiognomy by… Read More
 
Guilt by Judekelvin Igbonekwu

Guilt by Judekelvin Igbonekwu

  For every speck in your eye – I miss the plank in thine I judge you on the basis of the grass you feed… Read More