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May 5, 2023 | Poetry


Ben Jahn

crushes and snorts several thousand milligrams of sildenafil on a nsfw livestream and masturbates until his heart explodes

May 1, 2023 | Poetry

3 Poems

Tom Kelly

the sexiest quality in a partner was the ability to space out

April 18, 2023 | Poetry

2 Poems

Paul Jaskunas

where Mother had hung on the wall
our Hogarth prints and crucifix

April 17, 2023 | Poetry

Chad, the Golfer

Elizabeth Ellen

I had started doing aerobics and running in place in our townhouse living room when Chad was at the golf shop. I’d found a recipe for whole wheat banana bread and I made a loaf every Sunday and every

April 13, 2023 | Poetry

two poems

Margaret McGowan

after Charles Bukowski

April 12, 2023 | Poetry

5 Poems

Catherine Spino

Every orgasm I am not having is a poem in process.

April 11, 2023 | Poetry

Inscriptions from Ghislaine Maxwell's Prison Cell

René Bennett

The body rotates its symbols / like a stereoscope

April 7, 2023 | Poetry

Written on the Wall of an Invisible Temple While Brimming with Love

Patrick Kosiewicz

I’m flinging sparks at a desk 
in the cold cell of civilization’s midnight 

April 4, 2023 | Poetry


Laughlin Cole

I'm sick...

March 31, 2023 | Poetry

Three Poems

Lauren Ireland

I am torn with longing for many unnameable things.

March 30, 2023 | Poetry

In Praise of Burning Books

Chris R. Morgan

there was nothing special in the Library of Alexandria

March 22, 2023 | Poetry

3 Poems

Tom Will

It does not make any noise but it works.

March 9, 2023 | Poetry

4 poems

Laine Derr

I fucked his heart, ruined the fitted sheets,
flamingos left erect in a pool of afternoons

March 7, 2023 | Poetry

4 Poems

gg roland

other byproducts are produced
sticky sweat, the stink of loneliness

March 1, 2023 | Poetry

Two Poems

Sama Ghaffari

But there's no blood
It's all gone, I'm dry

February 28, 2023 | Poetry

Hit something

Hayden Church

Do you ever get mad
and want to 
hit something?

February 27, 2023 | Poetry


Cecilia Corrigan

a howl of anguish and a bolt from the, a bruise, and yes, even lurid strangulation on the— 

why it’s positively gothic darling, really!

February 23, 2023 | Poetry


Christian Bodney

don’t say the truth                  

it’s presumptuous                               and tastes like an airhead           

February 21, 2023 | Poetry

5 Poems

Rose Knapp

Why can’t time be both? History repeating 

Itself but making progress too?

February 21, 2023 | Poetry

Koans for the Ugly

Chris R. Morgan

Now there is a skeleton outside my window. And skeletons on all the dating app profiles.

February 20, 2023 | Poetry

3 Poems

Lucia Duero

This marriage project
What a blast

February 20, 2023 | Poetry

A World of Silences

Noah Cicero

The face in my mirror keeps getting older –
Into the face of the man who beat me

February 15, 2023 | Poetry

2 Poems

David Kirby

Sometimes they say, You can’t really teach someone to write a poem, in which case you might answer, Well,
not you.

February 13, 2023 | Poetry

I’ll kill myself if you leave

John Doe

Our lovemaking is a demilitarized zone.

February 9, 2023 | Poetry

2 poems

anika jade levy

i don’t think there will be booze
for sale, the style writer says, 
because it’s a synagogue

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Danielle Chelosky

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