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Three Poems by Hanna Andrews

night driver you’ve got your night posture on your profile pieced together with cellular backdrop & booth bearing cotton your hands toy at the napkin holder and beyond your elbow bright headlights meet window but only long enough to search for something to hold their

3 Poems from Rob Carney’s “Call and Response”

Ever Wish You Were Famous? I knew a man who made money as a silhouette. That outline standing upstream, brilliantly backlit by morning, that was him. The famous photo. Chin to the north. They’ve got a museum now somewhere, and people signing the visitor’s book.