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FEATHERS, Johanne Boulat

September 21, 2017 barkingsycamores 0

Feathers by Johanne Boulat I did not write the world to read, I wrote it mad and empty, And full of mango threads, Red velvet, and paper airplanes too. These were the patches of evening […]

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LAKE LINDEN, Mary Maroste

September 12, 2017 barkingsycamores 0

Lake Linden by Mary Maroste After dinner, the aged red paint bubbles on the porch swell with humid air, & under the bed the carpet white & harsh, becomes half dead coral, becomes the steel […]

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LOCKJAW, Robert Beveridge

September 5, 2017 barkingsycamores 0

Lockjaw by Robert Beveridge The sandman is your enemy, the intruder who carves away your awareness of the wolves who live in space and skin. Coffee and micronaps can only take you so far, however, […]

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TIMEPIECE, A.J. Odasso

August 20, 2017 barkingsycamores 0

Timepiece by A.J. Odasso You put your watch— worn, Timex, cheap— in my hand. I was nine. You said, “Listen, those oil drums behind the garage are about to blow.” The coil of my digits […]

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