Carolyn Guinzio: three poems

Today’s share is straight from theaters to your brain, it’s Carolyn Guinzio’s “Dash,” “Theory at the End of a Long Night,” and “Your Current Location”:

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Rachel Jamison Webster: The Tower of Babel

Summer! dear Reader, and so here is a trip of a poem digging deep into what is now pouring forth, Rachel Jamison Webster’s text-cutting of “The Tower of Babel“:

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K.J. Hannah Greenberg: Hedgie

This morning we thought we’d hit you with a quickie, this delightful Hedgie by K.J. Hanna Greenberg [>>]:

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Knar Gavin: The Genial Body

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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Jenny Torres Sanchez: Maybe All Three

We’re happy to share a quick essay today, about place, and face, and memory, and the future of memory: Jenny Torres Sanchez’s [>>] “Maybe All Three.”

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