Tag Archives: Intertextual Poetry

SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: PATRICE BOYER CLAEYS

By Patrice Boyer Claeys: Favorite Color after Ruth Stone’s “White on White” A yellow flag iris, a lick of flame, glass of Sauternes. Blinking lights at intersections, the bills of mallards, old knotty pine paneling, sticky to the touch. Lemon … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: MIRIAM’S SONG

“Miriam the prophetess” by Anselm Feuerbach. Public Domain image. “Miriam the prophetess… took the tambourine in her hand; and all the women followed her with tambourines and dances. And Miriam called to them: Sing…” (Exodus 15:20-21) Editor’s Note: The most … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: ELIZABETH LANGEMAK

By Elizabeth Langemak: A PHOTOGRAPH OF HER SHOWERING              As passionless, burned-out, dusty shells, we dislike love poems . . . As [one of our              editors] says, why not “text me a photograph of her showering”? I am enclosing, as text, … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: KELLY CRESSIO-MOELLER

By Kelly Cressio-Moeller: ITHAKA Dear Penelope, do you now sleep among the catacombs? Scarves of white drift over the Aegean – an altar of bottomless blue. I have gone to the edge of the world and still cannot find you. … Continue reading

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