my aunt says her husband was reincarnated as a frog, that he floats over the scum of the above-ground pool when it rains.
The skin on my shoulders peels. Slack and careless, I was out all afternoon in a meadow. Ever cannot tell the wide openness.
Obviously, the word is state. As in "of emergency" yet a body continues to rattle onto the train and into the desk chair and so...
i wonder if salmon are aware of their orange pink flesh inside them.
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Three poems by Chilean poet, diplomate, and politician Pablo Neruda, translated into English by Depsy Boutris
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The Beyond Black* The shutters are closed. I hear the wings of a bird. Is it white, grey, ...