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Truth, Reyma S. Mccoy Jan 2004

Truth, Reyma S. Mccoy

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One Glad Morning, Alicia Mcghee Jan 2004

One Glad Morning, Alicia Mcghee

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Modern Love Scene, Reyma S. Mccoy Jan 2004

Modern Love Scene, Reyma S. Mccoy

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No Matter, No Issue, Marianna Jensen Jan 2004

No Matter, No Issue, Marianna Jensen

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When We Talk About Love, Marianna Jensen Jan 2004

When We Talk About Love, Marianna Jensen

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Celebrity, Alicia Mcghee Jan 2004

Celebrity, Alicia Mcghee

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Owl, Joe Survant Jan 2004

Owl, Joe Survant

Bryant Literary Review

The owl glides in


on secret wings,


silent as a leaf flush.


He knows the quick


motives of chipmunks,

the intimacy of mice.


My Grandmother's Slops Bucket, David Thornbrugh Jan 2004

My Grandmother's Slops Bucket, David Thornbrugh

Bryant Literary Review

My grandmother kept a slops bucket

behind a curtain of blue-flowered calico cloth

tacked over the bottom shelf in her kitchen pantry,


5th Anniversary Edition Jan 2004

5th Anniversary Edition

Bryant Literary Review

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Homage To Montale, Baron Wormser Jan 2004

Homage To Montale, Baron Wormser

Bryant Literary Review

This morning

The hummingbird's

Pure zigzag

Surprises you.

The indifference to

The long steps

Of your mood.


The Hospital Ships, Carmine Sarracino Jan 2004

The Hospital Ships, Carmine Sarracino

Bryant Literary Review

They might have freighted dry goods--


blouses and trousers, spools of bright

gingham-- from ports to upriver towns.


Horowitz In New York, Tim Bellows Jan 2004

Horowitz In New York, Tim Bellows

Bryant Literary Review

Precise blocks of keys.


He brushes them


and in the ear's inside chamber,


we hear. His fingers white as a baby. Seems the notes


beam across cold deserts-


and hidden sprigs of grass


think to nose their ways


upward, harboring a thin sense


of yellow warmth despite


the presence of ice.


Oak, Jared Campbell Jan 2004

Oak, Jared Campbell

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Vicious Cycle, Ami Cainam Jan 2004

Vicious Cycle, Ami Cainam

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A Reason To Live Forever, John Dunn Jan 2004

A Reason To Live Forever, John Dunn

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236, Jared Campbell Jan 2004

236, Jared Campbell

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Untitled, Mai-Anh Tran Jan 2004

Untitled, Mai-Anh Tran

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October, John Dunn Jan 2004

October, John Dunn

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Classical Black Woman, Trenise Robinson Jan 2004

Classical Black Woman, Trenise Robinson

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In Meditation: So Enters The Weight Of My People, Trenise Robinson Jan 2004

In Meditation: So Enters The Weight Of My People, Trenise Robinson

The Messenger

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Perhaps Death, John Dunn Jan 2004

Perhaps Death, John Dunn

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Metamorphoses, Sam Keyes Jan 2004

Metamorphoses, Sam Keyes

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Popcorn, Matthew Homan Jan 2004

Popcorn, Matthew Homan

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A Danger In Natural Attractions, Godfrey Plata Jan 2004

A Danger In Natural Attractions, Godfrey Plata

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Table Of Contents Jan 2004

Table Of Contents

Bryant Literary Review

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After Hearing There Are Only 7,000 Stars Visible To The Naked Eye, Charles Rafferty Jan 2004

After Hearing There Are Only 7,000 Stars Visible To The Naked Eye, Charles Rafferty

Bryant Literary Review

With its better eyes, does the housecat


cry beneath the majesty


of 70,000 stars?


The First Seven Pregnant Women I Knew, Jim Daniels Jan 2004

The First Seven Pregnant Women I Knew, Jim Daniels

Bryant Literary Review

were teenagers. Some kept the baby. Entered


the desert of marriage, their childhoods


mirages wavering on whispered streets.


Dress Rehearsal For Utopia, Karen Donovan Jan 2004

Dress Rehearsal For Utopia, Karen Donovan

Bryant Literary Review

We're glad they made Clear Falls.


The white rocks love the water,


the water loves its splash and brim.


The Wounded, Dave Cappella Jan 2004

The Wounded, Dave Cappella

Bryant Literary Review

The one-legged pigeon understand


the loneliness of the man.


Hobbling under the patio table


behind a chair, the bird waits


for a morsel from the stranger.


In Oxford Cemetery, Louis Bourgeois Jan 2004

In Oxford Cemetery, Louis Bourgeois

Bryant Literary Review

You thought because

the trees moved