Archive for October, 2012

poem by
Isabel Sylvan

October 2, 2012

Mid-afternoon, halfway down Broadway just past 15th Street, you inhale the holler of a soldier from a war over a hundred years ago, carried through time on the back of a lover’s whisper and the wind, mixed up with sulfur and car fumes. Three seconds of a scream, smog and sex in your lungs and […]

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