Water Island

Water Island by Howard Moss Finally, from your house, there is no view; The bay’s blind mirror shattered over you And Patchogue took your body like a log The wind rolled up to shore. The senseless drowned Have faces nobody would care to see, But water loves those gradual erasures Of flesh and shoreline, greenery […]

My Soulmate Finds Implausible How the Glitter Got In My Back Hair

My Soulmate Finds Implausible How the Glitter Got In My Back Hair by William Merricle A star ejects a prominence under pretext of grace. The serpent makes excellent jokes. The two parts of my soul form a bell made of cardboard. The coyotes cry the best is the enemy of the good. Can’t fly away […]