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My Giant

My Giant

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


Summer rain, melting Arcticsand the lipids lining the nervesin your brain. These are the metricsof our times. Mere resolveis not enough to take careal..
Kajal Ahmad translations from the Kurdish

Kajal Ahmad translations from the Kurdish

A Poem by Michael R. Burch


Mirrorby Kajal Ahmad, a Kurdish poetloose translation byMichael R. BurchMy era's obscuring mirrorshatteredbecause it magnified the smalland made the g..
Polish

Polish

A Poem by Michael R. Burch


PolishbyMichael R. BurchYour fingers end in talons―the ones you trim to hidethe predator inside.Ten thousand creatures sacrificed;but really, wh..
18. A SUDDEN STORM

18. A SUDDEN STORM

A Chapter by Peter Rogerson


THE CASE OF THE DIAMOND DENTURES 18
Is the Mirror Unkind, for an Anorexic

Is the Mirror Unkind, for an Anorexic

A Poem by Michael R. Burch


Is the Mirror Unkind?, for an AnorexicbyMichael R. Burchfor anyone struggling with self-imageShe has a comely formand a smile that brightens her dorm ..
Reflection

Reflection

A Poem by Mia


Who is the fairest of them all...
Contingency

Contingency

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


The moon gazesthrough April’s silver maple.To work, to drive,to drive to work.Earth's half-in, half-outof the sun’s habitable zone.The rus..
The Titanium Vest

The Titanium Vest

A Poem by Hermes Varini, PhD


Of this narrative-philosophical poem of mine, as focusing on the dichotomy between man and the antithetical Overman, a semiotic variant exists.
Skellums

Skellums

A Poem by Hermes Varini, PhD


There is a semiotic variant of this poem. It includes the image of a sword placed over a mirror as one with a medieval nasal helmet.

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