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Blue Moon Northeast · 1M ago

Rememberance

After an artifact of the Auschwitz-Birkenau MuseumBefore we left Oswiecim, went to work el...
Blue Moon Northeast · 1M ago

Girls in the Garden

Because this is a love poem, nudity should be expected It may be cliché—but there will be flowers and since this is love—gazing for hours.A woman in love is a woman insane. She’ll sacrifice...
Blue Moon Northeast · 1M ago

Clare Bowdy

This short story was first published on The Whistling Fire in May of 2011. I wrote it a very long time ago. The story was conceived during my fist residency at Vermont College of Fine Arts where as a new student I felt invisible and overcome by all t...
Blue Moon Northeast · 1M ago

America is Sell

I wrote this when I was in high school, 1974 or so, I'm not sure about it's strength as a poem but it's uncanny how true it remains.America is Sell!Convince. Persuade.Free expression?Free en...
Blue Moon Northeast · 1M ago

Nomenclature

Some things I like for the language of them:Plant cell divisionfor xylem and phloem.Catholicism for extreme unction,limbo, purgatory,and Sister Mary Pious.I could love a humanfor vascular and cranium.And though portent of trouble,free radical begs af...
Blue Moon Northeast · 1M ago

Excavation

My brother digs in the village of his wife, he brushes the dust from artifacts, clutches pearls he finds lying around the site. Today he found her rings, has spoken with the locals, a daughter, and a son. He tries to keep from fury,they are young an...
Blue Moon Northeast · 1M ago

Do Not Disturb

If I am a traveler cometo wander the earthif a scientist meantto catalogue it allif a butt...
Blue Moon Northeast · 1M ago

Ghost of my Familiar

Ghost of my FamiliarGrief Must Be witnessed to be HealedElisabeth Kübler-Ross At breakfast, Jessica asked if we’d heard a cat mewing somewhere in the cottage.  In the bathroom, the shado...
Blue Moon Northeast · 1M ago

What the Water Gave Me

Amy King   About her most recent book, I Want to Make You Safe (Litmus Press) John Ashbery describes Amy King's poetry as bringing “abstractions to brilliant, jagged life, emerging into rath...
Blue Moon Northeast · 1M ago

For Michael

I’m always borrowing grief, a cup of sugar.This is the neighbor’s grief not mine;the neigh...