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    A SWELL GUY by Omar Reyes

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    86’d i don’t writeanymore instead i useemojis andpost cat filtered selfies with approvinglycategorized stylishcorpses who dream of findinglove behind blackmirrors to satisfy the façadeforced upon by thegiant glitchwhich gnaws...

    KETTLE by Pernille AEgidius Dake

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    The Lord’s Prayer Trumped Our Faker, who art in the chalk-white House,pumped is thy name, crumbly is your fame.From thy sand trap, thy will be done to what’ll be...

    NET WORTH by Sam Barbee

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    Deadly Sin #8 I confront the White Bull of the page - Earnest Hemingway My cherry blood thuds against good judgment.Recollection of that begrudged learned lessonbouncing...

    SOMETHING IS HIDING by Sharon Lopez Mooney

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    Something is Hiding The hint She stops mid step caught by a taught line of memoryit runs along the skin of her collar bone where...

    I CAN TELL NO-ONE, EXCEPT THIS POEM by Susan C. Waters

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    Age is Creeping Toward Me Like the Old Maidin a children’s deck of cards,it was hidden, going round and roundthe table until the last card:a dowdy, with a misshapen...

    COFFEE AND BEANS by John Dorroh

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    “Daydreams, Day-drinking, and Dingoes” 1.The red dirt in Australia looks like clown lipstick.The tour guide places his cap upside down on the stepsfrom the belly of the inside of...

    THE WORD by Eve Rifkah

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    The Word The word fell into a vat of wordsThe vat so full sometimes a wordSpills over and is lost The word drifts down through other...

    SOFTLY ABOVE by Roger Singer

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    SOFTLY ABOVE the last clouds of dayare rooms overthe ocean,curtains of moisturereabsorbed,exposing aa carpet of stars,glistening sweetnessnourished by angelsas we trespassbeneath heaven WET

    THE LAKE by Nardine Sanderson

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    Roses bloom in darkness too. Loves rose grew from her lips to speak of loss and courage through what leaves the body but never dies She...