Poetry

Poetry
The Store
“the floors we cleaned, / the money we made to pay off / ownable things”
Mario Chard February 3, 2023
Poetry
Song of the Scent of the Beloved
“No one sensory mode sufficed. No / one / sense was enough.”
Nathaniel Mackey January 20, 2023
Poetry
As:
“the light of beginning which hasn’t yet been / in rivers of letters running through words”
Peter Cole January 6, 2023
Poetry
Hinotama
“The women were coyotes / in the early hours of night // blood already forming / on their teeth”
Brandon Shimoda December 2, 2022
Poetry
Language: Replete with Transformative Monsters
“language not assembled embitterment / or ruse / or disjunctive gesture / but alive”
Will Alexander November 4, 2022
Poetry
Everyday People
“Everyday people do impossible things / Bury their child on a warm / Spring day then make / A fresh pot of coffee”
Ana Božičević October 21, 2022
Poetry
Red Puncta
“The other girls’ bodies / conduct a current of faith but she stands outside / of the circuit.”
Jenny Xie October 7, 2022
Poetry
Second Man
“If a man has traveled on a train / with a second man and that / second man dies, the other / accepts the rest of his life.”
Nachoem M. Wijnberg August 18, 2022
Poetry
All These Beloved Books
“You are nothing / but chambers of unblocked light.”
Miller Oberman July 22, 2022
Poetry
Craft Talk
“This drone-baby becomes / an imagined condition the poem has released into the world. / I do not know what it intends. I do not know what it will eat.”
Fargo Nissim Tbakhi July 8, 2022
Poetry
After
“Dark of plenty, of fracture. God’s dark / of perfect recall.”
Maya C. Popa June 24, 2022
Poetry
Gay Travel (or Music Makes the People Come Together)
“B slid through security checkpoint / after security checkpoint, // each playing a different era of Madonna.”
Kyle Carrero Lopez June 10, 2022
Poetry
Die Schreibblockade: Selections
“I have returned to the city of my dead. / It is the living who live there. I do not know them.”
Eugene Ostashevsky May 27, 2022
Poetry
from Flight and Metamorphosis
“A stranger always has / his homeland in his arms”
Nelly Sachs May 13, 2022
Poetry
Palestinian Painter
“He’s painting a new house, / even a new garden. / Without shrapnel, / without twisted metal beams”
Mosab Abu Toha April 15, 2022
Poetry
The Bone Museum
“I approached the bones— / the skeleton mounted / an echo of kinship”
Donika Kelly March 25, 2022
Poetry
Prayer of a Man in Snow
“Today there is no bloodstain / on the snow; no one was shot; there’s just snow and snow”
Israel Emiot March 11, 2022
Poetry
I Need My Blood
“I will not lock my blood inside my heart, / neither will I shed my blood for naught”
Itzik Feffer February 25, 2022
Poetry
The Argument
“I can’t hear myself, just the things that he said.”
Noah Baldino February 11, 2022
Poetry
Demiurge
“Don’t make universes out of nothing / Use what’s there– take it easy, but take it”
manuel arturo abreu January 21, 2022
Poetry
sol(ace) song
“few things we sojourners / have shaped contain so much space —”
Evie Shockley January 7, 2022
Poetry
From Migrations
“and there was something beloved in the days and in the memory of the days / and it took me my whole life to wake up”
Gloria Gervitz December 17, 2021
Poetry
Ode to the Security Woman
“The security woman / rubbed on my pussy / like it was Aladdin’s lamp”
Mona Kareem November 12, 2021
Poetry
you must believe in spring
“you would trade a skull of yes/no for quiet, two slushed thoughts / per foot below, but there it goes dewing the frost of your plan”
Kemi Alabi October 29, 2021
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