Tag: Poetry

Arranged

Today I mourn myself. Ashes in the moonlight. Once, I met myself with a red suitcase. My destiny; escape or a blade. Today would be

Two Poems by Jody Chan

Mommy there are secrets that cling to             our lips             like plastic wrap, a

Two Poems by Livia Meneghin

Ghazal for Anwari I cast a spell of poppies where she sleeps. While heavy rains pour elsewhere, she sleeps.   Under scented sheets as sweet

Fractions

I can see how you’d logic the numbers: the ratio of your height and weight to mine equaled              your

Eve, healer

In my memory, she is holding her scrawl, stored on the yellow legal  pads bearing  her patients’ babbled  fears. She clutches mine,  the one  she

Vishu: Our New Year

Vishu¹: Our New Year I hawked for yellow flowers on the streets, felt their crisp, moist petals,  bought a bunch when the market erupted  

[cave nativity]

I was repetition & undercover raised on fear of god’s wild leg                              

Submarine

(For Kim Wall, 1987-2017)   A flock of Siberian blue robins gathered in the metal gut of the galley. The girl thought now what have

Dreamers I

The streets of Oklahoma were pitch-dark, I thought the power was gone. How come these gringos don’t use light poles? I asked. Saturday at noon.

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