POETRY
POETRY: Interrupted Connection

The press of our Uber driver’s ankle has sent us to a part of town where traffic lights sleepily blink green. Where roses are hung […]

POETRY: I Want Us Both to Eat Well

after Christopher Citro’s “Our Beautiful Life When It’s Filled with Shrieks”                except both           […]

POETRY: County Fair

Yale Daily News Magazine · County Fair 1. A teenage boy is waiting in line for the ferris wheel and focusing hard on how shit […]

POETRY: Summer Mortal

Yale Daily News Magazine · Summer Mortal Fishing with my father, I learned how to cast and reel, reel and cast, cast and reel, the […]

POETRY: I WANNA PLAY WHERE YOU PLAY WITH THE ANGELS

I CANNOT SPEAK TO THE MAGNITUDE OF THESE UNPRECEDENTED TIMES / THESE UNCERTAIN TIMES / THESE UNSTABLE TIMES / OR ANY OF THE SYNONYMS FOR […]

POETRY: My Front Yard, According to Texts from My Father

                  “An awesome big and beautiful orange moon rising tonight.” Our aging porch creaks out griefbeneath my […]

POETRY: Useless Blood

One time when I was too small to Remember what year it was Or how to write my name in cursive And the Florida sky […]

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POETRY: For Earth Day, 2020

     

POETRY: Lightly

I dreamed I was lying in the garden (its location, I do not know) on a ragged yellow towel with my eyes closed. The sun […]

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POETRY: Black English Major Speaks of Rivers

     

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POETRY: Panes

As a child I would open my mouth to the sky each morning at sunrise   before I got ready for school. I’d open my […]

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