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 Fathom 1984

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Poetry

Babila Mutia
Margaret Snyder (3)
Lex Gigeroff
Nicola Young
Paul Deagle (2)
Philip Graves
Sean Bedell (3)
Lynn Courtney
Amy R. McEwan
Sara Davina
John Mallon
H.M.
Patricia Boyle
dixie MacDonald (2)
Andrew Little (3)
Sophie Dessureault (2)
James Cranton
Christopher Aucoin
David Swick (2)

Prose

Giles Osborne

Artwork

Jane Mothersell

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dixie MacDonald

 

 

My Poet Friend And I

The untwisted wire hanger
gyrating
levitates in the closet
up from the shoe-crawling floor

Rubbing vaseline into his eyes
he crabs
black dandruff on the pages–
I watch the perimeter of the pupil of his eye

Behind the wide-planked door
the thin black elbow turns in greyness

He unravels my madness
Ink hieroglyphics
scorched in white
gray matter cremated, in the ashtray
one flake floating in my coffee cup

(give way, give way)
The mattress creak
(dawn ice lands the open room)
a blanket tented over us
knuckled eye
we turned speech
blood salting metal
in our wound

 

Left Home

The matrix of the moment is grey – yesterday.
her mother cries, and
Bea stood up
Against the wall of photographs
never coming back–

 

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