Immanence by eileen myles All the doors in my home are open. Thereâ€™s a pulse outside I want to hear. The phoneâ€™s unplugged. The pastiche
Texas Death Row: Reflections of a Different World Edited by Jennifer Gauntt, Julia Guthrie, Trina Kowis, H. Dave Lewis, Shana Templeton, Robert Uren, and Linda
Inventing the Body by Dora Malech The lungs were my idea. Shins, his. Breasts, mine, though he agreed. He tried to name his favorite organ
Concede by rex cox Concede the possibility That the universe is me- The universe is you: But of course, it isn’t- So that’s not true.
There’s one version of the narrative behind these recordings that’s romantic but also basically true: that they represent an incredible victory of the artist’s spirit.
MY LIFE STORY by amy temple harper You called today and I didnâ€™t answer the phone.Â You see I am very busy writing my life
Instead of talking to schoolchildren or promoting poetry through local libraries, Montana’s poet laureate Henry Real Bird decided to carry out his duty the true
Sleekit Cowrinâ€™ by sharon olds When a caught mouse lay dead, for a week, and stuck to the floor, I started setting the traps on
lyric in which the only direct object is the body by jamison crabtree We slices tree like they saddest cake, breaks toothpick to makes smaller