A prose poem from Bobby Parrott.
Fun Fact: You can buy a scented candle that smells just like the burning of the Library at Alexandria from Spaceship Earth.
(new poem from Daisy F.O.)
“what is / kept // secret or / private”
New poem from Caitlin Buxbaum
“Deep in the desert, superstition thrives/Inscribed on totem poles in arid lands”
“…a cigar is a lighthouse is a dream of your mother”
“Silicon-chipped of mind,/then one’s self in the cloud”
Poem by Peter Donnelly
“I saw a small house beside a stone road/That stretched forth before a shriveling sky…”
“How to Build a Lightsaber” and
“The Eternal War”
Three poems about conspiracy theories, mystery machines, and driving.
Poem by Michelle Askin
“…Be careful though; there might
be some parts of this story that hurt.”
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