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ODE TO NAS, ODE TO THE COUSIN THE COUSIN OF DEATH | Trace DePass

ode to nas, ode to the cousin the cousin of death anesthesia & euthanasia, two cousins in the night of killing, hand you two wrenches like lilies for all the pain first  – one buds like a point with no axis from which the second blooms       Fibonacci spirals of petals which might cut any other […]

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NOT BROKEN BUT FRAYED | Trace DePass

Mikal tells me i need forgiveness & here’s the door back to all love we walk away from how the dirt teleprompters the rain fall back to its skies to better our soil here’s everybody i ever loved & here’s           me holding onto me watch: no one at my helms    no one somersaulting giddy against […]

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Beautiful – Lennix

My body is speaking to me The tongues of my skin Speak languages that do not reach my mouth. Whisper sweet nothings, to which I can not reply, the words caught in Linguistic purgatory Trying to translate beautiful a noun, a possessive word beautiful, The word is stuck in the spit of man as he […]

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Multifaceted: Interview with Christopher Diaz | Written Wednesday

Christopher Diaz is a Chamorro poet, freelance photographer, and military veteran. He graduated from Texas A&M University in 2009 with a B.A. in English, then served for six years as a Public Affairs officer in the U.S. Air Force. As a writer in residence with “Writers in the Schools”, he teaches performance poetry and creative […]