Poetry: “At the Root” by Suzanne Levine

At the Root First came the glamorous hennas, irresistible to my romantic self, with their Moroccan origins and smoky intrigue. Intoxicated by names like by- zantium and aubergine, I religiously bent my head to receive the thick brush strokes of a one-process and scheduled fixed appointments. Bound now to the indigo dyes, decades fell away … Continue reading Poetry: “At the Root” by Suzanne Levine

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Poetry: “A Cautionary Distillation of Unspoken Desires” by Rich Ives

A Cautionary Distillation of Unspoken Desires The white table is red. The sun is merely a theory, but it’s a good one. The moon crawled beneath the door to offer a ghostly morning. My trip through the body has been longer than expected. Distance does not think highly of itself, so it works harder. A … Continue reading Poetry: “A Cautionary Distillation of Unspoken Desires” by Rich Ives