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Poems for the Devil

Dr. Horne was the Devil, literally, the Devil. We figured this because of his profound laugh, causing the classroom to quake at Read More

Trajectories

Many people live by the same routine: work, eat, sleep, possibly socialize with friends or engage in hobbies. For me and my Read More

Flood

Facing censure as years of tears reflect the sea, a blanket that my parents never gave me. Manliness absorbing into pores, venturing Read More

9 AM

I receive a text message, reading that I have absolutely nothing else to worry about. That I should never respond, and live Read More

Green Smoothie

Unwanted pity builds up in a blender, Forming empty words into edible screams. Green smoothie, tossed, never consumed. This poem was originally Read More

Emblazon

Clock in, clock out—that about summed up my workdays, since I lost track of everything else that occurred in between. Historians claimed Read More

The Curse of Dander

The sun gave birth to an embryonic luster finding its way between the crevices of my curtains. I woke up to noises Read More

Blood Play

One night, someone I matched on a dating app told me they intended to murder me if I met up with them, Read More