Monthly Archives: July 2019

Read Poem: Ativan, by David Antrobus

I might well add lorazepam to this list. Please. Let me slip, then sleep. Decades of congregants arm-linked with benzos, all gleaming like cumulative dreams. I wanna hiss and creep assembled purple, yet they’re reds and blues and most refuse … Continue reading

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Read Poem: While The Sun Shine On Me – Lawrence Mathebula.

Look now, who’s going home fully happy Celebrating life in the place of a want-to-be? I am one among the things; A star, born was the king. Not about me always;I talked more on us, Written most on love, poetry … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Concho-Pharmacology, by Mara Katcher

where are my pearls that leave a powder behind? they come in a plastic clam with seven opening chambers, I wash them back with a tide of tap water, so they settle inside my stomach and make me into a … Continue reading

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