I sit across the table from my partner
the bo’y wakes up
What can I tell you? It was a summer that seemed to be
Four poems in the November 2018 issue.
“You keep / Putting your hand on my shoulder / When I'm crying. / Thank you for that,” writes Mary Jo Bang in “You Were You Are Elegy.” No matter...
The editors discuss torrin a. greathouse’s poem “On Confinement” from the November 2018 issue of Poetry.
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