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Poetry - Year II - Number 6 - March 2017

    PARTIAL ECLIPSE – Poems by Dustin Pickering

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    PARTIAL ECLIPSEPoems by Dustin Pickering Partial EclipseI was hungover last nightand my poetry was weak, futile as curdled milk.I washed my face with warm waterand returned the pen to...

    GATHERING – Poems by Olivia Harman

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    GATHERINGPoems by Olivia Harman Gathering Today the gathering comes after the stormand I sit tight, my teeth pressed togetherlike keys in intricate locks,while outside that stillness...

    THE MOON – Poems by Natalie Crick

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    THE MOONPoems by Natalie Crick Night They came out toWatch the moon,A chalky paleness in the sky,Wet from an evening’sSnow, gathering shadowsIn a field and hoarding...

    TO MY FRIENDS, WHO NEVER LEFT HOME – Poems by Lucas Heilbroner

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       TO MY FRIENDS, WHO NEVER LEFT HOMEPoems by Lucas Heilbroner   To My Friends, Who Never Left HomeIMy brothers peel their skin and leer-Eyes bugging-Through exhaust and broken corner stops.Reeling into thuggish scenes of...

    BROKEN HAND – Poems by Camille Germain

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    BROKEN HANDPoems by Camille Germain Asthma There’s been this gnat flying around my room for daysevery time I feel its pinprick of a body in my...

    LITTLE THINGS – Poems by Amanda Caroline Whitehurst

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    LITTLE THINGSPoems by Amanda Caroline Whitehurst What You’ll Find Wonder will be scratched up under your fingernailsand you won’t have time to pick it out.At your...

    REASONS FOR PARTING – Poems by Richard Fein

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    REASONS FOR PARTINGPoems by Richard Fein REASONS FOR PARTING   They've found each other at last these voyagers.Her star is Virgo  and his is distant Andromeda.Diligent dream...

    OF PINE STREET – Poems by John Repp

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    OF PINE STREETPoems by John Repp Of Pine Street A confused tenderness, like a dimly bluish windowpane/Sings old songs… Fernando Pessoa (as Àlvaro de Campos)