Tickertape, the entire sky is a New Year’s prom—
Streamers ripple, pour:
cars, floats, crowds waving
grey-speckled from news reels.
Here’s a war time ceremony preceding
the main feature. Here is intermission,
a pause between acts…
Now real life resumes, paper to be filled.
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Thread after thread, it’s a delicate balance,
an arachnid dangling to plunge
like Amelia Earhart.
Trevor Root is a poet in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His work is published or forthcoming in :lexicon Journal and Eunoia Review. song for a coffin in fugue: elegy for deleuze whose body is become an opaque circus or in the morning the dead thrush’s ribcage is a barricade lined with miner bugs miniature laborious tasks like handwriting the […]
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I suppose what most people expect when they hear that I now occasionally write for a Feminist Publication is some whining about being a female and how difficult that can be. Growing up with the man responsible for accidentally turning our washer and dryer into a home made explosive with industrial grade chemicals, he also […]
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