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THE THIN MAN BY DAVID RADAVICH

He loses weight because it feels good not to cast a shadow in this world. Let him pass through the eye of the needle, let him disappear against glass. Some have told him it is beyond fashionable. His clothes cling like lost...

WHAT’S COOKING BY DAVID RADAVICH

Nothing tastes better than poetry. Slow-cooked in its juices, rhymed with flavors like my mother used to make with her mottled hands and mind firm as risen dough baked that long in the oven. Nothing matches those flavors, that...

PLANTING IN SEPTEMBER BY DAVID RADAVICH

It feels like a late beginning. Digging down toward the center, pulling out brown, lifting in green then tamping like a lover settling his partner to sleep. Enough water to welcome the wizards then let everything live, live....

BARGAINING BY JACQUELYN SHAH

Tell me! Please! The why and when and where. Answers you can scribble with this pencil–– here’s a pad. Later I’ll compare the truth with what you write, O wily Sibyl. But first, reveal the foremost mystery nagging, plaguing,...

ODE TO THE INCONCEIVABLE BY JACQUELYN SHAH

I sing blue whale with heart of more than a thousand pounds–– what beating! What surge and urge to love . . . to love and love and love . . . I sing blue whale with tongue of many many pounds mouth that holds a hundred tons of...

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THE THIN MAN BY DAVID RADAVICH

He loses weight because it feels good not to cast a shadow in this world. Let him pass through the eye of the needle, let him disappear against glass. Some have told him it is beyond fashionable. His clothes cling like lost...

WHAT’S COOKING BY DAVID RADAVICH

Nothing tastes better than poetry. Slow-cooked in its juices, rhymed with flavors like my mother used to make with her mottled hands and mind firm as risen dough baked that long in the oven. Nothing matches those flavors, that...

PLANTING IN SEPTEMBER BY DAVID RADAVICH

It feels like a late beginning. Digging down toward the center, pulling out brown, lifting in green then tamping like a lover settling his partner to sleep. Enough water to welcome the wizards then let everything live, live....

BARGAINING BY JACQUELYN SHAH

Tell me! Please! The why and when and where. Answers you can scribble with this pencil–– here’s a pad. Later I’ll compare the truth with what you write, O wily Sibyl. But first, reveal the foremost mystery nagging, plaguing,...

ODE TO THE INCONCEIVABLE BY JACQUELYN SHAH

I sing blue whale with heart of more than a thousand pounds–– what beating! What surge and urge to love . . . to love and love and love . . . I sing blue whale with tongue of many many pounds mouth that holds a hundred tons of...

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