Monthly Archives: April 2021

Ex Gratia

A Poem by Jon Freeland For Michael H. Brownstein “Monsanto” I was not there – chances are, neither were you.Chances are, those who were are here no longer.“Ah, but also no shorter!” is the hastilycopy-pasted reply, a wry attemptto monger … Continue reading

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A Poem by Michael Strosahl You already know these things.You already know how familieswere packed breathless,lungs expanded by gloomas they descended the cattle cars.You already know choices are not choicesat the wrong end of a gunand the lucky among uswere … Continue reading

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45 Years Later

A Poem by Devlin De La Chapa. he still talks about the hill,going up the hillcoming down the hillnot Hamburger hilljust a hill, in the middle of a placedisplaced by war’s chemicalscombative to communismcombative within himselfexasperated with his pastguarded of … Continue reading

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