Poetry Daily
Caroline Bird
You lie and let your bones heal, looking up at the distance, experiencing plateau for the first time, cold, hard, real, the opposite of air.
from the book The Air Year / Carcanet
Chad Bennett
Illegible cloud in the wind's stammer where your breath crossed me out
Adam Clay
Today I wonder who moved the high steeples of my childhood
Donald Revell
We finished the wine, and the bee was still alive. I tapped him onto the ground, and he walked off Untangling antennae from wings and wine.
William Meredith
Words addressing evil won't turn evil back but they can give heart. The cheer is hidden in right words.

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