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    RIBBON by Mya Alexice

    frontier me, stochastic and riverine— a watershed body. beavers build temporary dams inside my large intestine. I am no agent....

    WAITING FOR RAIN by Edward Reilly

    Muse You disconcert me at times, silent at the door, As in the morning breeze your long tresses flutter, Eyes downcast as if...

    COMPASSION by Lisa Tomey

    Hang a Light on the Moon Keeping a close watcheyes glazed from lacking true sleepit’s the thing he doeswatching each breath in and outpraising every moment