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John Sweet

John Sweet has been writing for 20 years now, publishing in the small press for 14, recent work in Free Verse, Little Brown Poetry, Bathtub Gin and Paring Gifts, among others. He lives in the wastelands of New York with his wife and son, who make it bearable. A second child is rapidly approaching, though none of the cats seem too thrilled about it. email: bleedinghorse99@aol.com

Six Poems by John Sweet

  words like black blood from the frozen ground: a psalm and twenty years later you still dream of your childhood house on fire you turn to me for all of the things i can no longer give you the names of streets or of old lovers or the reassuring weight of lies and everything […]

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