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At the Perkins School by LORI LAMOTHE

The poem about the sea

      speaks in braille

blue translated twice.


Sun wet light salt waves etc.

20 June 2008 | poetry

 

Pictures of Conquistadors by CHARLES VALLE

Jesus and Christopher lean close

Together, tiny fists

Clamping tight on plastic

Swords, their gold…

2 March 2002 | poetry

 

To 42opus Editors on December 6, 2004 by ANDREW LUX

Winter on the open seas is a grueling affair. Sometimes, the nets I haul up have turned to ice. I know this because the fish have begun to talk again. They say it was so cold…

17 March 2005 | nonfiction, cover letter

 

Mural of a Broken Curfew by SHELLY REED

She's queasy over orange juice

and muffin batter rising

while shots of booze

she can't recall names for…

2 September 2002 | poetry

 

from The Glass Age by COLE SWENSEN

We are standing in a window, looking out at windows. The windows on the other side are blind. They are on the other side. To look out is to see; to look in, to turn slowly white.

2 September 2004 | poetry, prose poem

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