Category Archives: November 2020

The Poetry of Amara Coburn

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The Poetry of Alex Pierre-Louis

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The Poetry of Josh Miller

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“Repenting for what you did to me” by Logan Block

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“Dying in America” by Madeline Dohogne

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“City Riots” by Carson Neigum

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“Fall” by Ella Evanson

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“Pandemic” by McKenna Scharnek

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“canyouhearme” by Olivia Boray

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“Winter Creeper” by Clayton Adam Clark

Winter Creeper

To the chain-link fence separating me and my neighbor,
vines
grow
vines
and,
vining,
transfigure
into
stalks
vined
inseparable, chained to the fence linking my neighbor and me.

Clayton Adam Clark
11/09/2020
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Clayton Adam Clark lives in St. Louis, his hometown, where he works as a public health researcher and mental health counselor, and also volunteers for River Styx magazine. His debut poetry collection, A Finitude of Skin, won the Moon City Poetry Award and was published by Moon City Press in 2018. His poems have recently appeared or are forthcoming in Poetry Daily, Shenandoah, Salamander and elsewhere. He earned the MFA in poetry at Ohio State University and recently completed a master’s in clinical mental health counseling at University of Missouri–St. Louis.