Yi Won (translated from the Korean by Marci Calabretta Cancio-Bello & E.J. Koh)
Plugs are unthreading from every part of my body suspended like umbilical cords
from the journal Waxwing
Ruth Daniell
The Grimm brothers grew up across the street in a half-timbered magistrate's house: studying Greek and Latin, collecting eggs,
Dorsey Craft
Jane, watch me close this time, the scarlet     folds of this cape, how the drapes velvet a man, crush his musk to dandelions         and black his lashes to strings of silk.
Emily Dickinson
Water, is taught by thirst. Land—by the Oceans passed. Transport—by throe—

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