From This Issue February 2018
By Hera Lindsay Bird
the other day i was thinking about the term pyramid scheme, and why they called it pyramid scheme and not triangle scheme
By Robert Sullivan
In the warmth of night I put feet to my plan
By Bill Manhire
End of the day. A bar where you ought to leave a tip.
Four poems in the February 2018 issue.
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The editors discuss Hera Lindsay Bird’s poem “Pyramid Scheme” from the February 2018 issue of Poetry.
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