Category - Poetry

Literature Poetry Roxanna Bennett

The Winged Victory of Samothrace

Roxanna Bennett after “Bilingual Pathways” by Dominik Parisien In Paris the air tastes like pain, ancient,         golden, Gauloises, Gitanes, paint the skin                 with guttersweat grease. I learn to limp                 through the Louvre, loving...

Literature Michael Russell Poetry


Michael Russell I hold the last picture of you fold it into the pocket of my mouth, chew. Daddy, you taste like love and devastation. My teeth rip you the way you ripped yourself from me. In front of the bathroom mirror I ask Where is Stephen? The steam lifts like a bridal veil and I vomit the...

Abryna Bulford Literature Poetry

First Thunder

Abryna Bulford Nigankwam held my hand When spring blues hit me. Sometimes things don’t disappear, But change into something better. And here I am, whole, as I always was. What gift was I to give you, I ask myself, besides healing? I could not do it all, but only enough. And that is enough, is it...

Joelle Barron Literature Poetry


Joelle Barron “These Texas gals are passionate about God’s beautiful design for womanhood…” – Blonde godheads, god girls, proselytizing YouTube doll babies. Their blog favicon a white-panty period stain. Sweet girls, what do they desire? Girldefined, ecstatic girl-tongue...

Kyeren Regehr Literature Poetry

Am the lyrics of your love ditty

Kyeren Regehr granting of a penny wish                  druthers something beloved                  Am truly all those hackneyed phrases shopworn and cloying unbelieving         Am madly tripping light-headed                ...

Isabel Yang Literature Poetry

Follow Still

Isabel Yang On our first date, I throw crumbs to water-                fowl. She says bread makes birds sick, It’s like junk food for them. Don’t                let them eat the crust. On our second date, he pushed fingers in, and I opened up, thinking it was the...

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