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Jed by r.g. vasicek

Jed slots his key in the lock. Turns 360. The door pops open. Home. His apartment. Warm air. A pocket against the brutal outside. The wilderness. The city. Too much on his mind to feel… Read More »Jed by r.g. vasicek

the flaneur by adam johnson

Into the arched variegated dark tunnel is a dog-eared hangman who obviously bandies and peculates in gilt writhing, a trollop gainsaid something obsequious and thoroughgoing, a din, the garrulity of the petticoat-hunter, a glum little… Read More »the flaneur by adam johnson

Law of Reflection by Matt

In lakebeds lies a second lake, wheretrees dig down into the sky. Here,every pebble flies to heaven, andsetting things right is as easyas letting yourself float. You can’t step in the same river twice.Fish ford… Read More »Law of Reflection by Matt

Fight Haven Triptych Or, can I get a free @FightHaven sub on birdsite for writing this poem? by Rudy Johnson

I. female student puts on brass knuckles andforce feeds her male classmatea 3pcand a biscuitfor talking recklesspeople are calling her ‘the next khabib’she’s been waiting for the opportune momentto eliminate her 62 year old teacherfrom… Read More »Fight Haven Triptych Or, can I get a free @FightHaven sub on birdsite for writing this poem? by Rudy Johnson