Issue 4, December 2020

Poems

I Don’t Want to Grow Old and Die

No Proper Animal

Art

Grace

The Way We Say We Drive

Future Butterfly

The Final Battle for Tenochtitlan

Silk

Cicada Fire

A SUDDEN POEM ABOUT IRONS

TEMPORARY AMNESIA

IN A VAGUE HEAVEN

FORGET FOREVER

On the Last Day of Summer

In the Morning City

september fragments & other things on a monday

[sylvia’s lioness] cut

[ anne sexton at home reading wanting to die ]

Quotidian Throne

Weather Report

Momentum

soaping

after the shower

my hair, a measure of time

Seasons of crying    

Just about everything 

Phantom Limbs

Salt in Water

Souvenir

WISDOM OF THE POMEGRANATE

THE WAY YOU SAID GOODBYE

Judith Slaying Holofernes

Everlasting

The Day is Speechlessly Broken

THE BUCKET

Conversations with Athena

Macedonia

Mieza Sanctuary of Nymphs

Sappho

Oracle at Delphi

Hermes

FOUND OUT

GOING NOWHERE

DIN

PUSHING THROUGH

Migrations

*

If dreams were porous

If one were to communicate now

Quick Images

If the window were open

<Cosmic time, it seems,>

Gratitude for the Poets

First Flight: Chicago to Keflavik   

Ceremonial Life

MARRIED UNDER THE MOON

MIGRATION

Hunger for Everything

Not the Schrödinger's Cat

Pour Two Cups

The Great Artist

12/8/80

THIS MONTH’S VISIT

THREE SPEED

The Way Back

Box Turtles

Feral

unnamed

I Dream of Summer with My Dead Daughter