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CONOR McDONNELL : Woman's Best Friend
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CONOR McDONNELL
Woman's Best Friend

She gets home early turns the key to find him swinging from his choke-collar little pink prick telescoped like a turtle-necked lipstick He lunges for her mottles to purple She shushes and coaxes him down He mounts her all slaver & whining “You’re back! I love you! When’s dinner?”

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WALTER WILLIAM SAFAR  | the Stationery Boy
WALTER WILLIAM SAFAR  | Road of Dreams
KIRBY WRIGHT | Notes From the Hanged Woman

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Zoltán Böszörményi | Only Syllables
Zoltán Böszörményi | Lonesome Bird
KIRBY WRIGHT | I Found You

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NANA TOKATLI | Attachment gone
NANA TOKATLI | to the bow
KIRBY WRIGHT | The Wounded Morning (advertisement)

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HIRA SADHAK | In my world of poetry
HIRA SADHAK | Read my Unspoken Words
DAVID P KOZINSKI | Love Lingers On The Chaise

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JERRY DURICK | Being Lost
JERRY DURICK | Hit and Run

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MADELINE SHARPLES | Underarm Dingle-Dangle
MADELINE SHARPLES | No Helmets Yet

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CHRISTOPHER WALLACE-CRABBE | Staccato
CHRISTOPHER WALLACE-CRABBE | The Fire-Bringers

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JOAN PAYNE KINCAID | Time to Begin II
JOAN PAYNE KINCAID | Today is Parties Parades and Unemployment II

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KAREN R. SPRINGER | Calvery
KAREN R. SPRINGER | Shame

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RAE DESMOND JONES | I am not counterfeit
RAE DESMOND JONES | the burglar’s note

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RICHARD ALAN BUNCH | Baseball Nut
RICHARD ALAN BUNCH | Affianced

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A. D. WINANS | Success is an Illusion
A. D. WINANS | RAIN POEM

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