Ahoy-hoy-hoy, O embodied Reader… our first share of this most April of poetry months is this lucky knucklebone from Knar Gavin [>>], “The Genial Body“:
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We’re so excited to release today’s share into the world, it’s full of true and truth, it’s Amber N.’s “Lol white men bore me”:
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With an oversupply of feels, here’s today’s share from the archives, Caleb Nelson’s poem “Jet Fuel”:
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Today’s poem comes to you (no-frills!) from the department of words you’ve gotta read. Here’s Mack Carlisle’s “Double Bluff“:
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P.S. The Force Majeure #Flash #Contest ends 4/30 – $500 in prizes!
Dear reader, what aspect of us do you love so well? We’re not egotistical at all, and that’s just one of our many, many wonderful qualities! Just for being so thoughtful and complimenting us like you do, here are five faces cast in bronze, abstracted from the body, and mounted on a wall beautifully by Susan Stamm Evans:
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