Diana Keren Lee

June 29, 2016

I am more than dried Artemisia
in wooden compartments.
I am fluent in spices, and he is
fluent in hardwood floors. […]

Matthew Wimberley

June 29, 2016

When I take what remains
into the cool night
as if to show how it all goes on
without you, I do it the way
a hawk takes the arc of the moon […]

Lisa Fay Coutley

June 26, 2016

or ringworm which I refuse to allow
myself to Google Image hell
it took me ten years to allow myself
to consider how old you’d be now […]

Peter Leight

June 15, 2016

Socrates knew what Plato knew, and Aristotle knew what Socrates knew and also what Plato knew, knowledge is what separates us from those who don’t know anything or don’t know what they’re supposed to. […]

Liza Katz

June 15, 2016

The fall belongs to you, who stirred when leaves
beamed orange and flashed against a concrete sky. […]

F. Douglas Brown

June 12, 2016

my mother down the hall fast like a train
or a bus blurting away her sprint turned

to tears:—and then into drops
of shit a trail of shit […]

Tarra Stevenson

June 8, 2016

It took me a moment
to realize that the tingle on my lips
wasn’t lip gloss
that night I kissed my friend good-night. […]

Fisayo Adeyeye

June 8, 2016

If the hand bloats after being bitten. If the match
is too wet to spark. If once touched, twice recoil,

if one knuckle, two knuckles, three knuckles. Four. […]

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