Category: Poetry

RAPIDS BY SUE BUDIN

Even in our sleep, the current
flows like the river the horse swims through,
afraid and courageous. His legs pump the water
to stay afloat, to bring him
to the other side.

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STREETS BY SUE BUDIN

Traveling by subway, bus
to newer realms, I discovered
Wingohocking, a name that sounds
like bullets flying between gangs–
Wingo vs. Hocking.
Who would win the war?

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INSOMNIA, PART XI BY ALAN ELYSHEVITZ

I am not your friend. I care nothing for enjambments. An integer growing a tail of decimals, I am famous for indeterminacy. Into musical compositions I insert the incidental buzz of strings. From a distance the heavens appear to...

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THE DE LÔME LETTER BY ALAN ELYSHEVITZ

Amblard eats the native food and interrogates the servants.
He collects portents from the editor of a Boston weekly.
When he consults a Cuban thespian with connections
to the cabinet, Amblard embellishes with an ampoule
of a grand duke’s cologne.

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