Annalogue on Oranges

that even a dog has more rights to run free. but that oranges glimmer. so as not to be slurped up by dog-tongue. excuse-moi, dog. excuse-moi, docteur. can he… More

First Husband

He was close by and very eerie / He did not do the dishes / He retreated into our house / or he rode away in cabs / He… More

Last Sext

My thoughts of bellies and scythes. / And how to cut me out of me. / The vine of the mind and the heart and its sword. / And… More

The Houselights

because each entry in the lexicon / is a live wire whose root is charged by a / holy fire, as / when a canon shot in a play… More

Swell

There is yeast in the air as well / as sadness / I’ll lick the tears from / wherever they land / I just love / to get dressed… More

Daybreak

Having felt the world tremble / And having known // Ruth / In alien corn, / Exposed and at the mercy / Of masters— // Having seen / And… More