Category: Poetry

Issue 24 | Winter 2020

Sense

By | Poetry

when I learned dogs smell in stereo / I closed my eyes and imagined how

Issue 24 | Winter 2020

The Sheet in the Dislocated Room

By | Poetry

Here was the wind, here was the body; here was the sheet, its minute chloroform, its sack of Milwaukee’s Best passed around

Issue 23 | Fall 2019

Divorce Jewelry

By | Poetry

Would they let her watch the gold dissolve? / She imagined the circle of ever after writhing / in the heat of her anger.

Issue 23 | Fall 2019

Via Negativa

By | Poetry

she is gasping / in the water, making eyes / at the ceiling, / at the asp, grasping his hands.

Issue 23 | Fall 2019

Aubade For Bad Girls Who Rub Noses Together

By | Poetry

your body, my god. / The sound of devotionals / coming right on home

Issue 23 | Fall 2019

In the Bar at the Edge of Town

By | Poetry

I have the reds. I vomited blood on the bed. / Listen. I have no ear for music but music // won’t leave me alone. It dry heaves, / pours itself another

Issue 23 | Fall 2019

Can

By | Poetry

Watch their mystical dance. Pour champagne from glass into an empty iced tea jug we’ll all / hug today at least once. Here, we gather around evening fires, listen to the difference the / lake makes after dusk.

Issue 23 | Fall 2019

Crow

By | Poetry

Let them nestle among you with their arms crossed in delicate twists. Caw again so I can / hear you. Caw again so I know you’re still around. Lone fir and pitch moss; all the water,