Three Stories

By - Jun 10, 2019

He had black eyes and black pants and a black shirt. He tied her hands to the window and walked over the rope like a funambulist. “Without haste,” she said, lifting her belly.

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Four Poems

By - May 27, 2019

Four Poems from Rebekah Morgan’s new poetry collection, Hotel Alexander (House of Vlad, 2019)

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Japan’s Government Began Promoting Forest-Bathing in 1982

By - May 13, 2019

Collapse another year into novel.
You have become so mature and knowledgeable
Gabbling disjunctively about nutrition and diabetes
Mind muddled by emotional frustration.

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By - May 10, 2019

Fold your body over it for several hours
You will feel closer to it, closer to your Self,

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By - May 9, 2019

you dance. i don’t see it. “isn’t it so sad he died?” i asked my coworker, but i was accidentally smiling.

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By - Apr 29, 2019

She preferred the difficult nubs half-buried under the first layer of skin cells. To prematurely coax out a fated ingrown hair. That was special to her.

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The Couple

By - Apr 17, 2019

She threw her Thomas Bernhard books at him,
it took eight or nine minutes.

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Excerpt from the long poem, NIKE

By - Apr 14, 2019

even the slightest movement
like heating something
in the shared microwave

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Four Poems

By - Apr 13, 2019

you were probably talking about how easy
it would have been to kill
some tiny enemy when
you were younger and smoking

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Two Poems

By - Apr 12, 2019

the most beautiful cumshot
I ever saw
was under water

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Three Poems

By - Apr 10, 2019

When I said I was an animal in bed
I meant a sloth

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By - Apr 9, 2019

it doesnt matter how long your arms are
when theyre painting swastikas now at vasa real n on the mosque

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