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Simone Muench

after Neruda

a bronze song, something undone, salvia,
a crushed butterfly.
It is the blood on a light bulb, the seventh sadness,
a fluctuation that closes oceans and eyes. 38 more words

Poetry

Simone Muench

Dear Suicide—

How long have you been standing in the doorway
holding a fretsaw & dreaming of indentations?

You said the body was furniture, was fixture         163 more words

Poetry

Simone Muench

Freeze Frame, with Forsynthia

You will bind me
in my aquarelle, my skin
blue as Canterbury bells. Call me
mademoiselle before you execute, like the hand- 171 more words

Poetry

Carlo Matos

Wolf Erasures

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*Simone Muench’s original cento appeared in Whiskey Island

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*Simone Muench’s original cento appeared in Academy of American Poets’ Poem-A-Day

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*Simone Muench’s original cento appeared in… 138 more words

Poetry

Letters From a Lover From Another Planet

by SIMONE MUENCH

Here, we listen with our tongues, mouths always
open. When his tongue searches the damp
cellar of my throat, he recalls
stories I’ve forgotten, recites the name… 164 more words

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