Monthly Archives: January 2020

Beate Sigriddaughter  Debuts

ILLUSIONS I. They say it’s all illusion. II. One of my favorite illusions has yellow eyes and climbs over my legs to get to the best spot in front of the fire in the otherwise cold house. She voices things … Continue reading

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Joel Schueler Debuts

Unstill I am the water carrier polisher of burdens, singing strong hymns of candour I am the cored child seeking brutal temperance. Cursed against the hymns are men becoming clocks. Their echoes frowning faces of crystal waters while I hear, … Continue reading

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John Grey

AN ACCIDENT FROM FIVE YEARS BACK Huckaby Bridge, at midnight, seems to sway though there’s no wind. Maybe it takes a memory to see the movement, to go back to a time when a hand-me-down Buick rumbled across it with … Continue reading

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Dianne Deloren

The Colors of My Anger PART ONE: There’s anger that’s a long, slow simmer Like my crock pot making stew. Stew, that’s a good word for it. This kind of anger hides itself well. It takes some time for me … Continue reading

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