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3 poems by Tamiko Beyer

January 28, 2015
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Water stilled is not a dying sound   One bee clambers into a rose, then another—together they bump and buzz the bloom heavy with pollen and pollen collectors. Legs swollen sacks of sweet. I lumber their shape against my tongue, all desire in my bumble body. Under the sun’s eye, I am a shadow...
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Poetry by runner up Camonghne Felix

January 21, 2015
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Google Search ………………………………………………………..Year: ‘02 ………………………………………………………………..radio; disney …………….Judy; Blume . …………………………………………..Hey; god; it’s; me; . ……………………………………………..cognitive; behavioral; therapy   …………..moby; dick ……………………………………..p;t;s;d …………………jesse; mccartney how; to; know; if; boys; like; you ………………………………..how; to; get; blood; out ………………………………………..how; to; know; if; girls; like; you lesbians; ………………………………………………….how; to; overdose ……………………how; to; make; yourself; quiet; forever ………………………………………………………………………………mute;  ...
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Poetry by contest winner t’ai freedom ford

January 12, 2015
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some said you were the spitting image of evil after Carrie Mae Weems   you became drum became washboard became hum became tincan became numb became cowbell became screendoor became dirtfloor became skillet became clothesline became dumb became plow became yardbird became heifer and bitch became wagon became hitch became bible became barbwire became...
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Winners and finalists announced for TFW’s 1st Poetry Contest

January 12, 2015
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THANK YOU, dear TFW readers and writers, for sending us your work for the 1st Annual TFW Poetry Contest. Given the over 100 strong submissions, this was no easy selection process. So, after a lot of reading and thinking and reading again, we are absolutely thrilled to announce the winners and finalists, judged by the incredibly...
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Two Poems by Ruth Corkill

January 8, 2015
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By Ruth Corkill   I Never Called You Lolita   She’s a real glamour puss hmm. She doesn’t Just doodle around she actually Calls herself an artist, the sort of thing That makes my teeth curl, watch your diction here Humbert, you will have to fend her off saying: You looked so lovely in...
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3 Poems by Emily Carr

January 7, 2015
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yolk (v.) he’s gonna havta reach inside you. he’s gonna do it. you asked him to. he’s gonna tell you how old it is. he’s gonna decide when old is too. then you’re gonna wait. you’re gonna stand against the wall, in your paper gown. you’re gonna wait in line. wait for him to...
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4 poems by Lucas Wildner

November 12, 2014
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Dance/Routine for Rafael . I At the second wedding, in between bass drum beats rattling bones to animate bodies into movement I find myself dancing alone, my only partner the question I hoped I wouldn’t have to contemplate surrounded as I am by the sweating, smiling faces of aunts and cousins I do not...
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A poem by Emily Kendal Frey

November 12, 2014
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PEOPLE WILL LIKE YOU IF YOU LIKE THEM FIRST     I make you pork . Pork tenderloin . Herbs on the outside . I let it rest . Blood drips out . I make more pork . I know you like it . What do you like . I make it . A...
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2 poems by Oliver Bendorf

November 5, 2014
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TEN TELEGRAMS FROM PARADISE   1. To wither a sensation possibility. The body feels more vulnerable. A man carrying a child across a track. Toes keep random bleeding. When will I again. Speak easy. Forget to be whole. Trying to be kind. Killed the chord. Sorry for everything.   2. I just...
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Silent No More

November 4, 2014
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By Katie Wayhart   SILENT NO MORE   Spent more time with mommy than the other girls at school. Tall, blonde, “mature for her age” little girl. Older cousin says, “I’ll show you mine if you show me yours.” A seemingly innocent “game” turns into something more.   Years go by.  Are her memories...
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  • 3 poems by Tamiko Beyer OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

    Water stilled is not a dying sound   One bee clambers into a rose, then another—together they bump and buzz the bloom heavy with pollen and pollen collectors. Legs swollen sacks of sweet. I lumber their shape against my tongue, all desire in my bumble body. Under the sun’s eye, [...]

  • Poetry by runner up Camonghne Felix Camonghne

    Google Search ………………………………………………………..Year: ‘02 ………………………………………………………………..radio; disney …………….Judy; Blume . …………………………………………..Hey; god; it’s; me; . ……………………………………………..cognitive; behavioral; therapy   …………..moby; dick ……………………………………..p;t;s;d …………………jesse; mccartney how; to; know; if; boys; like; you ………………………………..how; to; get; blood; out ………………………………………..how; to; know; if; girls; like; you lesbians; ………………………………………………….how; to; overdose ……………………how; to; make; yourself; [...]

  • Excerpt from Dear Twin by Addie Tsai addie

    Prologue     Poppy wanted her back. She knew it was a fool’s mission. But, still. She had to try.       Poppy’s wall was lined with a white bookshelf her father made for her in the backyard one day. He’d built one for Lola too, identical to the [...]