Monthly Archives: January 2014

Dear One Absent This Long While, Lisa Olstein

It has been so wet stones glaze in moss; everything blooms coldly. I expect you. I thought one night it was you at the base of the drive, you at the foot of the stairs, you in a shiver of … Continue reading

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Jenny Browne: After a God

The man I love most says one day he will take a ballpoint pen and connect the stars across this freckled scoop of chest and milky way. We’ll cross the slope of pale belly and name the new constellation after … Continue reading

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