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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...

    THE STATE OF THE STATE – Poems by Tanner Harshman

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    THE STATE OF THE STATEPoems by Tanner Harshman As Soon as Spring raspberry lipsstain printsupon lilac skinand the pollen windwells up eyesas bloodshotas the rose dressthat...

    TWENTY QUESTIONS – Poems by Domenic Scopa

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    TWENTY QUESTIONSPoems by Domenic Scopa Erotophobia (Fear of Sexual Expression)sixteen years after the rape The slam of the screen door,such a sullen finality -Tell me, how...

    THE WAY AWAY – Poems by Anthony Slater

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    THE WAY OF TIM ASHPoems by Timothy Robbins The Way of Tim Ash You have a way of appearing, the chorus ina Satyr Play. The night...

    BEYOND THE BOUQUET – Poems by Greg Moglia

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    BEYOND THE BOUQUETPoems by Greg Moglia BEYOND THE BOUQUET I give her the bouquet with what I dare to call a loveShe takes it with a...

    END OF WINTER – Poems by Gloria Monaghan

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    END OF WINTERPoems by Gloria Monaghan End of Winter recognize me if you canyou who were made before I was unmade (Canto VI)

    ANTIPOESÍA – Por Xe M. Sánchez

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    ANTIPOESÍAPor Xe M. Sánchez               ANTIPOESÍA                                  Andes a la gueta’l Paraísu.MuyerCochePerruXardínLlarPerresUna vida afayadiegaUna derrotaEntaína,Les escaleresQue baxenAl infiernuTanEsperándomos.Préstame’l fuéu.Préstame’l fuéu.Préstame’l fuéu.Préstame’lPrés…P…        ANTI-POETRYYou are looking for a Paradise.A wifeA carA dogA gardenA houseMoneyA comfortable lifeA defeatLet’s go,StairsTo hellAreWaiting ForUsI...

    BOX SPRING ORACLE – Poems by Kathryn Gesser

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    BOX SPRING ORACLEPoems by Kathryn Gesser The Invention of Loneliness End of summerI saw youthrough sleepless eyes,could only speakin hushed pastel tones.Under thick bass notesand static...

    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...