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From This Issue January/February 2024
  • poem
    By Ruth Awad

    Days of rain. The drey outside my window would keel and the wind would plunder. My heart was valent with possibility:

  • poem
    By D. A. Powell

    Said my illness I’m tired of being serious all the time I don’t

  • poem
    By Pamilerin Jacob

    Neither milkweed nor rose-apple in Schenck’s Anguish,

Each of us comes from somewhere with blossoms.

— Victoria Chang

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