Pavel Vilikovsky

It is one of the little tricks we humans play: whenever something is beyond us, we invent a name for it, at the very least, or borrow one from some ancient language, and we feel more secure straight away.
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Max Sessner

In the not too distant future / I will be old I have / seen it coming
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Liz Marlow

Even Lenin did not hold / such power over his people // as I do with food.
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Olga Pek

I retrace my steps, barefoot and diligent as a shipwreck
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Carol Westberg

I’m not alone in my fear I’ll end up like my ex, / who fears his next wife will leave him, and she does.
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