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Angel Heart

Here’s to what you never know having done and so can never admit to. A snake under your skin, a vein too bold and blue, the visible path of the heart your father died of. A ...

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From “Goodbye 7”

& in your deck, perhaps my acorn is a clover, or my pike in your vision turned to leaf, & though you know my knave be your knight, what piece of yourself was ...

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Persona

I was born and stitched with cousins. They put myth in my pocket and a tune on my tongue. Wherever he went, my grandfather carried a capsule of cyanide. Now his language is ...

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Lines From The Ninety-First Floor

  I have been givenwhat I never asked to see: the airborne pigeon vivisected by the scissor of an airplane’s wing, the bird’s eye open, wholly open to the ...

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Except In Parts

  Inside my skull, your rendering is incomplete        Your shadow clumsy       & all lung in that dress        When I try to remember you         too closely, the ...

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The Way We Treat Them

We make the elderly into prisoners Giving them a white suit To be transported from one place to another Discriminating because of background Discriminating because of ...

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Albert Einstein

Matthew Zapruder
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The Inheritance

Dolan Morgan
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When You Lift the Avocado to Your Mouth

Troy Jollimore
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