Mark Yakich

Mark Yakich

  EPISTEMOLOGY   And Daughter said, “Only girls are allowed in my room.” And Son said, “I love Mommy, not Daddy.” And...
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R. Riekki

R. Riekki

I’m smelly— / brain full of spies, garlic in my asshole. I’m a cork, / a forty-foot pole. I’m a poet, which means I’m Spock / without the intelligence.

Siwar Masannat

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Ishmael is too two men sometimes. His / Mother’s name in Arabic goes for immigrated // Masculine. She was not masculine, to remember her / Truly...

Siwar Masannat

Siwar Masannat

Ishmael is too two men sometimes. His / Mother’s name in Arabic goes for immigrated // Masculine. She was not masculine, to remember her / Truly. She was treated, had heavy work, even // Struck. Or maybe, her deeds were as incense beautiful.

Elizabeth Gross

Elizabeth Gross

You showed me the exit, / the one that lets out on the pond / just in time to see the train glowworm / through the overpass to Hůrka. / I can’t say what made it look so alive.

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