Kimberly Ann: Theodicy

Added to the archive today, Kimberly Ann’s poem “Theodicy,” dips into a rough, raw subject, but so jagged it catches every edge just right:

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Robert Fanning: two poems

This week’s share comes to us from SC 5.2, two poems of man with corpse by Robert Fanning, “Man and Corpse at the Bridge” and “Family Dinner”:

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Katie Hibner: After the Internet Died

This poem delights us so, Dear Reader, and we hope you can take it with you — Katie Hibner’s “After the Internet Died”:

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Bruce Alford: Perfect

It’s an ides kind of day, and we’re sharing this incisive poem by Bruce Alford, “Perfect”:

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Jesse De Angelis: Poem for Earth

We’re spitting a little blood this week, reader, all of us, and perhaps we need to check in again with our surroundings. We’re glad we could share Jesse De Angelis’s “Poem for Earth“:

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