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Abigail Chabitnoy
Did you read to your mother? Did you read to your dog, until you could pronounce the words properly? Did you eat Hershey's Chocolate toast sandwiches with your father?

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Wesleyan University Press

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Meriwether Clarke
At the museum, I count the number of times the Virgin Mary went to heaven.

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Prairie Schooner

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A.E. Stallings

What tales we tell what talesWhat ails?
About the girls gone quietYet

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The Sewanee Review

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Hazem Fahmy
Arya asks what's east of Westeros, and I think of blown out candles, wax-caked calloused hands...

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Diode Editions

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Natalie Scenters-Zapico
To see if you're still alive, heat caramel in a pan until it spits asteroids on your arms. Take good care of your burns. Your scars should never last longer than two years. Pain needs a clean slate to play on.

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Copper Canyon Press

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Juditha Dowd
I cannot seem to find though I prayed for one to find her                   and one finally did

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Rock & Sling

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JD Scott
Bedecked in grey and coming down from too much llello— we drink Cuban coffee in Ybor inside a cafe that's too much cucumber and yellow. It's morning. I have to be at church.

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Spoon River Poetry Review

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Jericho Brown
Heavy and expensive, hard and black With bits of chrome, they looked Like baby cannons, the real children of war, and I

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Copper Canyon Press

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