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Two Poems: Neon Boneyard and Disobedience

. Two Poems: Neon Boneyard and Disobedience By Ruth Bavetta   Neon Boneyard The desert ends in a pit of light, streets cacophonous in their escape from dark. They’ve pried the gas from its place in the Periodic Table, stroked … Continue reading

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My mind is a piece of slate in the desert

My mind is a piece of slate in the desert By Hannah Phinney We are driving driving driving through a simplified landscape. The color & texture of ground morphs subtly every fifty miles but always in the distance great swathes … Continue reading

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