Everything, Issue 34, Poetry

EVERYTHING IS LOVE by DASCHIELLE LOUIS

you undo me::braids and sanity cord wrap around your fists and with the snap of your fingers i am good girl::grandma fills the basin with plants uprooted from the backyard, and although i itch, she reminds me that i am home::it seems easy for you to take the galaxy on my shoulders and make it […]

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Everything, Issue 27, Poetry

SPRING DAY: AN EKPHRASIS by TESS LEE

thin light unraveled you. as the snow fell on the train tracks, i stood in close opening and gently pressed cheek to ground so i could hear your breathing and the boy moving from one full room to the other while chasing his friend up the staircase – a body that flitted like moon phases […]

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