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VAGABOND CITY interviews ADIRA BENNETT

 

You work in so many different mediums. Do you have a favorite that you focus on more than others?

Honestly, I can’t choose a favorite. I think different fragments — memories, emotions, ideas — demand different forms of representation. 813 more words

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THE COLLAGIST by WALE AYINLA

I think of a number I subtract
my siblings from it and divide
the difference by father’s absence Convert
this into an equation

Three times the number is the same… 126 more words

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BURN ONWARD by NATASHA BURGE

– and nights trying to reclaim the missing years in every

 swollen mouth and damp split of skin that stutters across

 my vision my soiled patch of south texas bed sheet my ugly… 253 more words

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LOVE POEM 3 by HELGA FLOROS

i can’t write a love poem.
awful way to start,
like the machinations of our hearts
beating in tandem.

yours larger
than your baby fist… 54 more words

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DUDES by NATE VACCARO

At the Laundromat the cycles wash out

Angel instincts from the yellowed armpits

Of your t-shirts to exist as you were given

Is the kind of dullness a body gets… 113 more words

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ROOTS by MARIA DURAN

the family as an olive tree: something living, something ugly. an old gnarled thing with deep veins, honey-like sap. the family as something too fond of close embraces. 144 more words

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