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i'd do my nails / and use water to / know about my / body.

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Honestly, I was leaning toward volunteering

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her portrait beaming / from the shining backs / of the napkin dispensers

Ellen Welcker

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Progress is the great lie of my species

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Kate Greenstreet

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I suddenly recognized the past / / / I thought of all the times I didn't die

Marcus Slease

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This poem is for the machines.

Scherezade Siobhan

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let us begin by blessing the mouth into a massacre.

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... loved that duck.

James Yeary

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That's real futurism ...

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Dear Brother,

I held / you when you / were the size / of a pan of / lasagna.

Dao Strom

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are you ready to get a little / more comfortable / with your un- / comfort

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My imagination will walk in the City of Women / for life, weaving garlands

Nick Demske

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I'm crying. Even though I know it's a brobro no no.

Veronica Martin

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a field plays itself as a field of flowers

Ana Božičević

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I began to erase / My browser history / Every five minutes

Shelly Taylor

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Whereupon firecrackers and the world ignites, I stayed in bed all day

Vi Khi Nao

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There is a place on earth where people / can't wander in and out of each other.

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He made a seven with his hands

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Magical girls don’t die of broken / hearts

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