Poet’s Corner: Noah Cicero’s ‘Prison Childhood’ From Nature Documentary

And you know, as much as I love this poem, I still don’t completely buy it when he says that shark attacks can’t love broken collarbones.

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MY MOTHER’S CIRCUS/HAND-SEWN CARNIVAL

“My grandmother made Christmas ornaments from dried apricots and sugar cookies that she baked with her own hands, a creation upon a creation. They were all tiny women, and she gave them dark hair like us, which felt like a gift to me.”

BEAST

“Every night he asks me the same question. “Will you sleep with me?”

If You Go Chasing Rabbits

“She rides that mushroom pole and flips upside down, with her legs spread high above her head. Her big blue eyes and red lips are innocence and corruption made flesh.”

Kevin Love Poem

“Being a really tall and muscular white boy is better than being in a boy band in the late 90’s”

How To Rot With Danger Slater

“Danger Slater is the stand up comic of the Bizarro Fiction scene. He has googly eyes, a big heart, and a mind that is teeming with dark and forbidden secrets.”

A Sonnet Inspired By ‘Spring’

“An aimless young man (Lou Taylor Pucci) takes an impromptu trip to Italy and becomes involved with an alluring genetics student (Nadia Hilker) who harbors a transformative secret.”