Monthly Archives: February 2014

Intertextuality

for Ken Tompkins            Eventually, you understand—even if the ice blue bathrobe slung on the edge of the door, glimpsed in the backlight of the hall stairs in half-sleep is not the Holy Mother come with a … Continue reading

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Say East

My world flips the sun dips on reality (women in sapphired veils so beautiful it might hurt the world to see even their eyes, those lonely orbs, twin imagined moons twin swords meet flesh two rivers converge in a crescent … Continue reading

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