After your brother’s wedding
by Leah Kaminski
The streetlights glide in smooth flocks,
stillwinged in the center of this greasebuilt street.
Last night before you launched drunk
and selfserious onto the motel walkway’s
innocent bush, …
Wedding Night (I-10 West)
by Jenny Browne
Six hours into the Texas desert, headlights bubble-wrap the darkness where others who have just crossed over walk days without speaking.
The first thing she did was change her …
Straight, No Chaser
All praise the juggling club
Their faux-bowling pins and unicycles
The glory of balance
The heptagon of grass they claim
You can sell pharmaceuticals
Or take them, or make them
Hate gives all its reasons
as if they were terms for something more
I would do to you with a foot or a shovel.
There is a certain peace in …