Excerpt from James Tate's 'Success Comes to Cow...
he sails downstream like a young man with a destination. I swim toward shore as fast as my boots will allow; as always, neglecting to drown.
In the Year the Hero Becomes a Fixture of His...
lunch-poems: by Wendy Xu Between loss and sabbatical, spring thick of ivy snakes a juniper tree. I intended not less than six ways of writing you, careful, face turned down into a book of psalms. Night opens to quiet symmetry where I will sleep when you sleep next to me. Instructions we parse, small nations flower in your mouth. You...
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We should also attend to things like these, observing that even the incidental...– Meditations by Marcus Aurelius (Book 3)