Poem: Darkness

Andrew Grace Placing your foot in a bucket of darkness, three miles to home: ostrich farm, oat field pimpled with buttonweed, Rayleigh Scattering dissolved by mist above. Two hours you spent rivering a womb-humid artery for floodwater to pass through & now passage...

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Poem: George Floyd — by Terrance Hayes

By Terrance Hayes Audio: Read by the author. You can be a bother who dyes his hair Dennis Rodman blue in the face of the man kneeling in blue in the face the music of his wrist- watch your mouth is little more than a door being knocked out of the ring of fire around...

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Poem: Bouquet by Lucille Clifton

BOUQUET by Lucille Clifton i have gathered my losses into a spray of pain; my parents, my brother, my husband, my innocence all clustered together durable as daisies. now i add you, little love, little flower, who walked unannounced into my life and almost bloomed...

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