日期:2017-01-03 Historically Speaking Stephen Dunn It was a year of pirates in speedboats, anonymous bullies spreading privacies on the Internet, and the worst of them doing worse than that and wishing to be known for what theyd done, their perfidy an advertisement... 阅读全文>>

日期:2017-01-03 Lines Written for Elmo Castelnuovo Peter Everwine Its not time that passes, its you, its I -- Rutger Kopland In winter, by late afternoon, its almost dark when you come home from the mine. I hear the front gate creak and the metallic clink of your p... 阅读全文>>

日期:2017-01-03 I Woke Up Jameson Fitzpatrick and it was political. I made coffee and the coffee was political. I took a shower and the water was. I walked down the street in short shorts and a Bob Mizer tank top and they were political, the walking and the shorts... 阅读全文>>

日期:2016-07-29 Invitation Midge Goldberg You know the sort -- the postcard that gets stuck between the ads for siding and the plea for missing children, that you usually toss out, another scrap for the garbage truck. But, to your own surprise, one day you pluck th... 阅读全文>>

日期:2016-07-29 The Liberal Arts Alicia Ostriker In mathematics they say the most beautiful solution is the correct one In physics they say everything that can happen must happen In history they say the more it changes the more it is the same In astrophysics you ta... 阅读全文>>

日期:2016-07-29 The Unexpected Thomas McCarthy Early April suddenly ablaze and unexpected pear blossom As rampant as de Chardins sudden forms of life, as Delicate as the lacquer-work left over from a raid Of winter that scattered so many things since autumn - You c... 阅读全文>>

日期:2016-07-29 Road Metal Timothy McBride -- for my grandmother, Margaret Kelly You dont need that, shed tell us when wed beg Two cents for bubblegum or licorice. A bricklayers daughter, shed grown up hard As cement -- never reached 100 pounds, Lived on potatoes a... 阅读全文>>

日期:2016-07-29 Otherhood D. A. Powell I spent a long time preparing to be an other. Evening classes at the church in the basement with my partner (he wanted to be an other too) panting on the floor. Breathe. Breathe. We didnt fit in with the other others. But we w... 阅读全文>>

日期:2016-06-17 Apples Gillian Clarke They fill with heat, dewfall, a night of rain. In a week they have reddened, the seed gone black in each star-heart. Soft thud of fruit in the deepening heat of the day. Out of the delicate petals of secret skin and that irreve... 阅读全文>>

日期:2016-06-17 Baby-sitting Gillian Clarke I am sitting in a strange room listening For the wrong baby. I dont love This baby. She is sleeping a snuffly Roseate, bubbling sleep; she is fair; She is a perfectly acceptable child. I am afraid of her. If she wakes She... 阅读全文>>

日期:2016-06-17 Scrapbook Kim Addonizio This is me, depressed out of my mind, frailing the banjo, spilling red wine on the white king-sized luckily-hotels-and-not-my- goose down comforter, this is me walking and waxing nostalgic through the girlish shadows of tall... 阅读全文>>

日期:2016-06-17 Stand by Me David St. John When the solace of angels is named, When the winds blister the academy, When the first lesions of winter light Scrawl their paths across the black sheet Of the bed beneath the skylight, When the algebras of my past repeat... 阅读全文>>

日期:2016-06-17 Semblance: Screens Liz Waldner A moth lies open and lies like an old bleached beech leaf, a lean-to between window frame and sill. Its death protects a collection of tinier deaths and other dirts beneath. Although the white paint is water-stained, o... 阅读全文>>

日期:2016-06-17 Honeymoon Dorianne Laux We didnt have one, unless you count Paris, 20 years later, after wed almost given up on the idea. Wed imagined one, long nights beneath a warm celestial sky; him growing his beard, me in a silk turquoise robe, floating, billo... 阅读全文>>

日期:2016-05-17 Thick Description Eleanor Chai I cut lines of ink as I read through the night. I imagine the margins on pages are slim wings between plankton and stars. I find what I need in far sources. I make them intimate, I make them mine with the speed of ligh... 阅读全文>>

日期:2016-05-17 The Trespass Fetches Herself for Sacrifice HeidiLynn Nilsson We are not surprised, those of us who are made, weve been told, in Gods image, that our God, who has neither tissue nor tail, is a jealous God. What makes us snappish, after all, about God... 阅读全文>>

日期:2016-05-17 Famous Negro Athletes Adrian Matejka after Jean-Michel Basquiat We are all famous Sunday mornings at the Y. That magnificent rattled-rim space of bigtiming Sundays. Gym bag hung over the shoulder of a matching sweatshirt Sundays. Touch one toe then... 阅读全文>>

日期:2016-05-17 The Names of the Trees Laura Kasischke I passed this place once long ago when a man lived here with his four daughters, peacefully, it seemed. Those daughters took turns washing dishes, doing laundry. Frothy pearls and feathers in a sink. Soft socks... 阅读全文>>

日期:2016-05-17 Road Trip Davis McCombs Over the singed and brittle roadside stalks, over cotton, corn and stubble, our cars dark bug-shape slithers. Over the metal drainpipe, over the oil rig, and the burned field where a windmill cranks its pinch of rust, we are... 阅读全文>>

日期:2016-05-17 The Doubles Kara van de Graaf In the dressing room at Macys, I run into all my old bodies. We are reunited when I hear them shuffling in the walls, sense them beneath the dirty carpet. Their hips lurching out of drywall. Their breasts swelling again... 阅读全文>>

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