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Poetry

Lifted

A colt was tied to a post.
It was the color of smoke.
The dark afforded no stain.

I was the only visible thing,
a pale criminal motion
in the city’s invisibilities.

My grainy wrists creaked,
squealed as if bloodless.…

1962

I attach no importance to names.
I learned to write my last name by copying
the tag my mother sewed into my coat
so I wouldn’t lose it. Such a long name.
So many letters. I have a name now—…

Tempest

the clouds that strafed us
drove us apart forever
not even our smartphones worked
in that absolute nightmare
I was cast away
to wait with a nursery
of flight attendants
one of whom tearfully
reassured me
that we would all…

Naomi

in the beginning
the chickens have no cause to fear us
we are all of us far too young to worry

my sister works well
at the daily chore of keeping everyone alive

while I run circles around the ankles …

Appellation

Once, while making love,
I forgot your name.

The capped wave,
of what may have only been

a tangled bed sheet,
washing you farther and       farther out.

As if the process of losing you
was already in motion.

Your …