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poems by Holly Day

Fragments   I’m a fool and there’s no getting back all the things I have lost. No use crying for the little pieces, all the…

poems by Mitchell Grabois

Trog   1. I was poisoned in 2009 I cannot be poisoned again   Poison comes in many forms Some of it is white powder…

poems by Glenn Ingersoll

Meat People   The foreign affairs begin to hurt. They call each other repeatedly, the phone bills fat as children. ‘Look, baby,’ he says. ‘Look,…

poems by John Grey

Winter Child   City’s snowed in. No one’s about. Nothing to do but admire the night sky through rippling red eyes. Not so much the…

poems by Cynthia Balea

[debut] THEMigod   Thrown away Thrown away in a mold of unattainable aspirations And left there Rotting – Decomposing gruesomely as nonfulfillment putrefies my brain…

The Forever-Dying City

by Oliviu Crâznic   The haggard mures, the forlorn alleys, The purblind mansions – casements, none; The wilted ivy and the placard Reading not WELCOME,…

poems by Mitchell Grabois

Inferno   I thought I’d read the Inferno aloud to my wife while we were house-sitting in a drafty old farmhouse in Umbria but after…

poems by Sam Rose

The Television   The television talks to nobody. (Nobody is home, and nobody is listening.) Why does it press on, forecasting scattered showers when nobody…

Hollow Be Thy Name

by Oliviu Crâznic In my mouth – a taste of iron, In my eye – ERASE/REPEAT; Best served cold, this baneful silence – Falsehood favoring…