Skies Command the Ego Dogs by Pat A Physics At night, the machine sleeps insect sleep with the crushed tablet in its water tube attachments.
When You Hugged Me by Travis Catsull water mouth waits there sitting on the counter boiling my moccasins late into the morning with a can
The Girls of Winter By Jim Harrison Out the window of the bar I’m watching a circle of girls stretching and yawning across the street.
Hard Night By Christian Wiman What words or harder gift does the light require of me carving from the dark this difficult tree? What place
Gathering South Asia Through Our Eyes for Maggie By Mary Ann Sullivan Of water won and wonder woo And water lost and arbor under Sat
THE FIRST RAIN OF THE SEASON by Santiago del Dardano Turann The first rain Of the fall Crept in stealth Just at dawn In a
Where Did It Go? by Jeff Dutko Where did it go? The salt of the city that seasoned our conversations and spiked our efforts with
If I Were Just a Body. by Pride Ed An autopsy would reveal that I swallowed too many stars, and every incision would look like
Glass Factory by Doug Draime For several months every night my grandfather would fall asleep sitting in front of the television after dinner, which he
Notebook by Patti Smith I keep trying to figure out what it means to be american. When I look in myself I see arabia, venus,