POETRY


ON MY LESS RADICAL DAYS

by Laetitia Djaja
Listing writing prompts can be enough to feel productive. I dream to be insightful, but that’s for you to judge.

STAINED IN HUES

by Laetitia Djaja
The amount of body fluids that fill the streets are as may as those who walk upon it. We are consistent beings.

DIRTY GIRL IN THE CLEANEST WAY

by Claire Na
A poem about getting grubby in the garden, and other stuff.

STARS SIMMERING ON THE STOVE

by Mallory Pearson

MARCIA FROM THE GULF COAST

by Mallory Pearson

COLONY OF TOUCH

by Mallory Pearson

MY LOVER ROLLED MY BODY UP FOR WINTER

by Mallory Pearson

MY MAMA WAS A FIREBIRD AND THAT MAKES ME A FLAME

by Mallory Pearson

WASTEWATER

by Claire Na

OPHELIA / JOHN EVERETT MILLAIS / 1851-52 / OIL ON CANVAS / 76.2CM BY 111.8CM

by Claire Na

HANG IN THERE, BABY

by Claire Na

THE KANIWHANIWHA AT PIRONGIA

by Claire Na

THE DEATH OF THE ALPACA

by Claire Na

IT’S TIME TO LOOK AWAY

by Laetitia Djaja

BLANK LINES YELL LOUD

by Laetitia Djaja

6TH HOUR SANCTUARY

by Laetitia Djaja

RESTAURANTS ARE A WORLD OF THEIR OWN

by Laetitia Djaja

AFTER THIS, ASK ME MY STORY

by Laetitia Djaja

BLOW YOUR CANDLES AND BE MERRY

by Laetitia Djaja


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