Ipseity – a poem by Sanjeev Sethi

Ipseity Construing the geniality of waitstaff as barometer of self-worth is akin to grumbling at a lagniappe. There is reflection during refection. Let me-moments drive you indoors. If intimacy is negotiation there is need for self-examination. Bogarting shadows fiscal success as love of God consumes the broken. Generalities apart, make your mixtape. Embrace it. Sanjeev […]

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Retreat – a poem by Tony Lucas

Retreat turn from the freeway high walls shut out the grimy thunder of the street closing the outer gate a cloistered garden where all paths converge this dangerous space dark woodwork with six candles and a hanging pyx worn seats against the wall a flickering light about the rose bowl emptiness extends to pregnancy words […]

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