Canto II – a poem by Andrew Hutto

Canto II In the earliest age of the gods, existence was born from non-existence (Rigveda X.LXXII.II ) Extended leg pistol squats, CCTV robberies — Think oft’ truly well, the days before Anna and Olly They made lemonade popsicles and fed waterfowl oats. …………..Deep entombed, the austere was always subtle. …………..Paint fence posts white and paint […]

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After Reading a Poem Titled “The Entrance to Purgatory” by Iain Lonie – a poem by Lisa Zimmerman

After Reading a Poem Titled “The Entrance to Purgatory” by Iain Lonie The architecture of isolation is something about air around everything, the way light encircles the first daffodils, encourages their singular golden opening with a bit of space between each of them on their hollow stems. The architecture of waiting is something about dropping […]

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