Everything, Issue 26, Poetry

GOODBYE, HARRY DEAN STANTON by GUINOTTE WISE

A few missed payments and see what happens The Repo Man takes you away from that bar on Melrose where you sang with abandon. Country songs. Old jazz. Your movies were pure. You, yourself, were you. What will the stone say? Maybe, “I come from a broken home and I realize it’s the rule rather than […]

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Everything, Issue 26, Poetry

ALL SCATTERED PARTS by TAMARA L. PANICI

I tag every piece of you I can see and not see when I run out of ink,                    I prick out my own warm blood.                        you grin and I dabble myself all over your boxed life, stain your breath and call it my breath, smudge your memories and name them my memories. I say                             isn’t it so wonderful to be […]

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Everything, Issue 26, Poetry

TOGETHER/MESS by K.E. BELL

because i can spread my fingers to reach her southern skies stop reaching, i think bloom sweet in the space of my ribs like spicy flowers in the night amidst a summer’s mist hold me tight no, tighter like the black breeze wetting our windows make fire lick my cheek in exchange for little sweet tastes […]

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Everything, Issue 26, Poetry

BERLIN by UMANG KALRA

Emptiness encased in skies that flutter like fleeting fissures of light through crystal, piercing into me I told myself that cities are built of bricks and stone and concrete poured into holes in the earth, ugly forms of symmetry painted over and over and over and over again until our eyes can glimpse at its […]

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