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“You Bought Him a Coke” by Amy Lipman

09 May on Poetry

Last ones at the winery, in rocking chairs, we watched the early dusk, and everyone leaving. I asked if you wanted something from the gas station. You didn't, but I...

 

“Flotation Device” by Bill Rasmovicz

18 April on Poetry

When I say body I mean buoy. By clouds, the television taste of saffron infused lobster mousse, pop stars lonely as fuck in the milky penthouse haze of their elevator-only...

 

“Gotten on the Head” by Bill Rasmovicz

18 April on Poetry

There should be a name for this kind of limp-arsed ambulatory wind, legal procedures for pissing down the neck of the despot, how the weather on a clear night seems...

 

“Text Obsolete” by Bill Rasmovicz

18 April on Poetry

There I was and wasn't—author, half reflection in the bookstore's night window, half seated at my fold-away table, stack of books to sign. The first few people fluttered past for...

 

“Should You Ever Read This Poem” by Stuart Dischell

28 March on Poetry

Flying home from LaGuardia Buckled in my seat, I scratched My palm and recollected The glove I lost last night. I took it off to wave goodbye But your head...

 

“For a Singer” by Stuart Dischell

28 March on Poetry

All those years waiting for good News that would change Your life. It never came. Others heard it. Others were changed. But you kept on anyway. That's what makes you...

 

“Without Sunglasses” by Stuart Dischell

28 March on Poetry

An invisible dog Makes me a blind man This morning being pulled Down the avenue where the sun Fills my eyes with gold. Where am I going, Big Fella, Without...

 

“Seeds” by Noel Sloboda

07 March on Poetry

All that summer my brother collected John Milton's teeth. He had heard at college that while Shakespeare was the most popular poet, Milton was the most refined. My brother felt...

 

“Responsorials” by Joe Weil and Emily Vogel (Pt.1)

14 February on Poetry

Ghost, 4th of July, 2013 I was never there—not really and if I was, I really wasn’t—I mean I may have been standing there like your Ma pretending to watch...

 

“Responsorials” by Joe Weil and Emily Vogel (Pt.2)

14 February on Poetry

Sing Pretty Shoes! The Pretty Shoes are singing songs by Faure. They are singing sad but tasteful and understated songs, the sort of tunes that appeal to intelligent circumspect women...