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What I Meant to Say Is by Kimberly Clouse

        See her, the one pushing the cart
               down the street.

        She could be me,
               or what I mean to say is
        I could be her.

        I’ve lost everything,
        except my sheer will
               not to lose my mind. 162 more words
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Gushing Through Our Veins by Kimberly Clouse

In the words, hell lives.
It rises on puffs of invisible incantations,
builds cities out of our bones,
sewage systems out of our bowels,
and broadcasts from the blood pulsing, 161 more words

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Readings, seminars, and another Peauxdunque publication

More news on Peauxdunquians in the world: Foremost, another Peauxdunque publication, as Kimberly Clouse’s short story, “Hector Gets Taken,” is in Volume 1, Issue 9 of… 179 more words

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