Tag Archives: Winter

Three Poems by Molly Johnsen

Trees after Snow by rauckhaus on Flickr

“Limits,” “Having a Seizure in Front of My Father,” and “Alone Together.”

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A Clothesline in Winter

Frozen clothesline

What is it we wear
when there is nothing left
but rigid names for impossible
unsullied things?

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Two Poems by Patrick Kindig

Snowflakes

Slowly
a pile of red skin grows on the table,
like snow or eyelashes unattached
to a wish.

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