Monthly Archives: March 2019

Key West ll

A Poem by Stephen A. Rozwenc ha ha ha your mind caught in your zipper like a mask without a flipper like a hip hop stripper homophobic lap dancing on some honky tonk bar Howdy Doody constituent her oxycodone swabbed … Continue reading

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A Painting by Józef czapski See also: Józef Czapski A LIFE IN TRANSLATION by KEITH BOTSFORD

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THIS WINTER WE STAY HERE

A Poem by Andrea Wyatt This winter we stay here, packed in crates of smashed bone that cover the hills of Cambodia and Viet Nam, the boulevards of Prague, the Chilean mines and vineyards— fruit plantations of Guatemala where men … Continue reading

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The Eternal Wars

A Poem by Chris Butler Blood and oil have never mixed, as all the grains of sand, are outnumbered by the stars in the bosom of the earth that are never rinsed clean with biblical floods, showing the indifference of … Continue reading

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Independence Day

A Poem by Violet Mitchell All the ammo is gone in the sky. I stocked everyone’s back pocket with a stub of aloe vera, just in case the war can’t wait. We celebrate, and sometimes forget what day it is. … Continue reading

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