Lauren Sanderson: KISS ME NOW THE WAR IS OVER

It’s the endweek of the long year, maybe the longest yet, and there is already so much behind us, Reader, that here we wish you just a glimmering growing thing and a shimmering shimmer, Lauren Sanderson’s “KISS ME NOW THE WAR IS OVER“:

This poem originally appeared in SC 6.1, available as an ebook right here. Do subscribe for more delicate embraces delivered to you. Read on!

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Rose Knapp: Aramaic West Coast

Today’s share was one of our Pushcart nominees in 2018, Rose Knapp’s indelible “Aramaic West Coast“:

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Jennifer Hu: Ornament of the Ambulance

Today’s share we nominated for a Pushcart in 2018, carefully burnishing Jennifer Hu’s “Ornament of the Ambulance“:

 

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B. Woods: A Little Remedy, Which Won’t Work

Dear Reader, it’s been a discombobulating holiday, perhaps in a good way, perhaps otherwise. Tell us things, do tell. Here’s a very tonic prose poem by B. Woods — “A Little Remedy, Which Won’t Work“:

 

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Julian Mithra: White Daddy

We’re delighted to be sharing today this queer poetry for those whose relationships to white daddies are fraught: Julian Mithra’s [>>] “White Daddy.”

This poem originally appeared in SC 6.1, available as an ebook right here. Do subscribe for more hot snaps delivered to you. Read on!