My New Neighbors
Jack doesn’t live in his house anymore. John, who now lives there, told me that. It’s a corporate decision, he said. John barely knows me but insists on being friends. He brings an expensive bottle of wine and hugs me. This is too fast for me. Continue reading My New Neighbors by Christoph Keller
chalk dust subsumes
into the board, a shared
our fingertips circling
Chance Austin-Brecher is a San Diego based poet born in Redlands, California.
Irritable, stricken with jet lag,
we spent a long night in Paris
arguing over a grievance
so petty I could scarcely remember it
the following day. Continue reading Time Zones by Leah Browning
Modern Love Story
I once fell in love with a beautiful disaster, cherished how each day she destroyed me a little, then destroyed herself a little more. I contrived new ways to believe her recycled lies. Sometimes it meant shredding logic like it was an incriminating document. Continue reading Featured Poem: Modern Love Story by Adrian Potter. Artwork by Stephen Mead.
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