Archive for December, 2010

The table of old traditions
poem by
Katie Keys

December 27, 2010

We eat at the table of old traditions, of flour and flesh and family long gone, on plastic mats and glass-print plates, with the silver locked away.

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Ice Cream
poem by
David Waite

December 27, 2010

I. the cork popped not quickly for us, white gas swirled behind the soft wood that fell out into air and shattered the bulb of a hanging light in the kitchen; as good as ice cream, it pricked the soft palate then the nose when we drank it quickly before subsiding, a cold sugar dripped [...]

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