Category Archives: Poetry

“Tonight/moths may be lost,” Poetry by Claudia Savage

Long Island Railroad from Jamaica, Main Line, 1985 Tonight moths may be lost. In the graffiti’s shadows loud boys cover my twelve- year-old mouth with their urgent desperation. Even in the corners. Even. The train shakes our eyelids open. Window. Car. Car. Window. Jeans with

Poetry by Bernard James

Anniversaire sur la rue de Chartres I will pluck and tease a smile from your special day. Feed you Red Beans and Po Boys and candlelit Étouffée. Crack jokes that tickle and shake you to the bone. Grip hands as we glide over passages of