日期:2014-06-05 Gravity Karl Plank When night calls for sounds to cease, the barred owl yet cries Who cooks for you? and somewhere a woman slippers through the dark to a kitchen where water drips(滴水槽) a slow beat on the worn basin. She nooses the tap with stri... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-06-05 The Wild Justine Cook The buzzing of a ladybug(瓢虫) above the bathroom mirror sounds like a small plane considering a landing on my head, bowed toward the executioner's block -- the sink. My hands cup water like a supplicant(恳求者) , asking fo... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-06-05 Mother, Pressed Sarah Rose Nordgren She instructs me in her vacant(空虚的) way to identify the flower by looking inside the blossom -- deep inside the blossom to spy its waxy(柔软的,蜡色的) alchemy(点金术,魔力) , the sight of her pink skirt... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-05-19 The Invention of Death Gregory Djanikian Nothing was so mysterious as your body coming to a close, the winches(绞盘) of your arms and legs slackening(使缓慢) , your mouth loosened. You were lying under a white coverlet(被单,床罩) as if under... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-05-19 Ezra Becoming Kosher Eleanor Stanford What's memory but a shucked oyster, salt rimed and shivering? At one and a half, he pointed at the ceiling fan, said rotate, as though his mouth was origin of some first turning. So many rules to be a Jew, my mo... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-05-19 Tense Benjamin S. Grossberg My species has one for nouns in the process of passing: say, a planet you no longer stand on but which still exerts on(施加于) you its considerable tug, the fist of its massy core reaching up through groin(腹股沟) and... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-05-19 For the Birds Cathryn Essinger At the farmer's market the grocer has decided to give me a Bible lesson as I fumble for(摸索,瞎摸) my wallet to purchase a squash. This one is called the Crown of Thorns, he says, to remind us of the cross, and here... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-04-23 With age comes experience and with experience comes knowledge and understanding. No one individual is ever completed with his or her growth. For the wisest of all men has death to face. And with death imminent(即将来临的) for all, one will still h... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-04-23 My one true friend Germaine A true friend is always there for you. A person who will help, with all your problems. The one whom you can trust, With all your secrets. And the one who cheer you up when you are lonely. That is a friend. I want to meet.... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-04-23 On Changes Irene Dunlap Change is the only absolute in the world, the only thing that you can depend on. Nothing stays the same. Tomorrow will come, bringing with it new beginnings and sometimes unexpected endings. You can hold on to the past and ge... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-04-17 The New Song W. S. Merwin For some time I thought there was time and that there would always be time for what I had a mind to do and what I could imagine going back to and finding it as I had found it the first time but by this time I do not know wh... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-04-17 Open Book Melissa Balmain Time was, your hands were on me night and day. (The thrill along my spine!) Of course I flipped for you, from A to Z and back to A, not once suspecting our romantic script was doomed (and how), you fickle(浮躁的) , shallo... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-04-17 Entrance William Greenway It's one of those days you wait for all summer as if all your life. Cool air has come blowing all day, flickering(闪烁) tired green leaves. You're so happy you could cry, and do, don't even care if the drugstore's out of... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-04-17 Even Those Maureen N. McLane Even the places the sun doesn't reach in the deepest woods are hot. Even the places that never dry -- the mosses creeping everywhere a damp carpet underfoot -- are dry. Even the quietest places you've never been are disq... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-04-17 What's the Matter Maureen N. McLane Why the low mood, the picking at food? Maybe it's the weather. Maybe it's hormones. Explanation's cheap but sometimes hits the mark. I am the target of mysterious arrows I myself let sling. O that's your fantasy o... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-04-17 Blind Crevasse Lisa Williams -- Polar explorer Richard Byrd Hand by hand, over blistering slivers(裂片) of ice scraping wrists and slithering(滑动) in ears, hand by hand, with ferocious(残忍的) delicacy, a furnace burning behind your efforts,... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-03-25 Calculations: A Love Poem Gary Fincke The billionth digit of pi is 9, The last month without a full moon, February, 1865 -- This morning I am making a list Of the last lines of parables(比喻,预言) About the work of numbers, about Calculations, ma... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-03-25 By the Way C. Dale Young You are right to point out that the agapanthus(爱情花) is not a lily, especially to one who so loves precision, but the agapanthus is also called Lily of the Nile, which surely could be seen as justification for calling it... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-03-25 It's Raining Inside James Schuyler Lee Upton Not tearing the umbrellas inside out not even blowing them side to side just getting wetness wetter and then the rain dwindles but the sun has a shimmer(微光) like it's missing the rain and every once i... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-03-25 Had She Elizabeth T. Gray Jr. Had she stayed Had she not stepped up Into the train that carried them down From the hills to the plane Home through Rangoon and Vientiane She would know that What kailāsaranashiva chandramoulīphanīndramātāmukutī... 阅读全文>>

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