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November 30, 2018

TO HIS DEAD BODY BY SAMUEL OGUNKOYA

To his dead body   When I think of prayer,  I see bodies Draped with sacred conversations in whispers Bodies large, large and celestial, (However, all […]
November 27, 2018

Two Poems by Brian Alan Ellis

How I apologize to whoever I drank heavily with the night before   Sorry clap I clap Made clap You clap Listen clap To clap All […]
November 25, 2018

TWO POEMS BY JAMES SHEPPARD

To catch a muscle   A bellow away from drowning   To catch a muscle There’s a hair in my mussels, seafood: never liked them squished […]
November 21, 2018

HOLY WEEK MASS BY ISAAC GOLDEMBERG

HOLY WEEK MASS I must have been six at the time and the only food I liked was my grandmother’s, Jesús, a true artist in the […]