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Threads of the Soul

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by Taya Boyles The sinew and the paper mill’s smogreach the clouds like the first time holding handsand the last.Oh, Eli Somer, if you know,

their names

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by Ken Goodman [kenpgoodman@yahoo.com] I’d like to introduce you to— egoless deities. Their names describe them far more than their physicalities. Most are friendly (some

French Press and Severe Weather

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by Logan Roberts A tool of tradition, a trinity of tridents.Crystallized furrowed brows crumblingunder the weight of pests in control.In control, not: caring, loving, conceiving,convincing,

Ad Equilibrium 3

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by Heikki Huotari Their ignorance is bliss, their circulation perfect. Climbing ice to nonexistence I attribute as I please. It’s minus one AM, do you know

5 Poems

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by Salvatore Difalco Schizoid Boy I set selfgrasped me light handall day led meto contemplate friendship.Little light little sad meinstrumentalist artful diverse-fulleffect each employed &

Family Dinner

by Eleanor Ball Word’s spreading in the family group chats that Aunt Grace might be a lesbian and Uncle Ron’s MS is in remission and

Ad Equilibrium 2

by Heikki Huotari Who’s ultraviolet. What’s stationary. Does the skin you’re in best represent you? Is your donkey costume still the riot that you are inside?

virgil

by court When he’s alone, he licks the palm of his hand. He read that it improves immunity toward bacteria, aids the digestive system. Every

Ad Equilibrium 1

by Heikki Huotari As one reconstructs a 3D object from 2D cross sections, so 4D from 3. What’s a position if not on a sliding scale?

Dirty Poetry

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Have you seen the post, “Somebody Has to Pay for Easter…“? The weird text in that piece, reproduced here: g/i« : L : 2t .