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Pleiades
Volume: 30.1 | Year: 2010

Table of Contents:

Ned Balbo
Time Travler

Sandra Beasley
Osiris Speaks
Exits

Margo Berdeshevsky
Wind and a Hill

Jen Bills
The Museum of Noses

David Caplan
Of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob

Olivia Clare
Seconds
H. D.'s Pear Trees

Justin Courter
After Inebriation My Feelings Turn Frosty

Ryan Courtwright
Pick-up on South Street

Gastao Cruz
Useless Poem of Love

Jean Esteve
Found It
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Daniel Gula
The Docks

Endi Bogue Hartigan
Two tigers walking different directions through bamboo
The tail of a kite

Rebecca Hazelton
580
1015

H. L. Hix
Though What Fall Fall Hard to Hard Ground, Yet May Birds Nest Among Flowers, Flowers Grow in the Sky

Ben Miller
Field Glass

Emily Moore
Terms and Conditions

Thomas More
Endurance
On the Vanity of This Life
That Human Life Is Nothing
To an Unreflective Bishop

Sarah Murphy
Confession
Besotted, Garrotted, Forget-Me-Knotted

Collier Nogues
The First Year in Wilderness
Kitchen Corridor
Train Prayer

Martha Rhodes
After
Please Do Not Persist

Brynn Saito
Tuesday, 2 A.M.

Tomaz Salamun
Remembrance
The Poem Written Under the Influence of Wells

Catherine Sasanov
Sitting at the Mouth of the Great Slave Trading Route, the Slaveholder's Great-Great Granddaughter Pens Her Preface to the Text

Mark Smith
Canto 23

Yerra Sugarman
Morning Book: December 30, 2008
Morning Book: January 7, 2009

Ryan Teitman
The City That Swallowed the Sea

Heather Treseler
Thesaurus for a Year of Desire
Flying on a Buttress

Paolo Valesio
Placeholders
Prayer's Downside

David Wagoner
Singing

Jonathon Weinert
The Wall of Jerusalem Also Is Broken Down, and the Gates Thereof Are Burned with Fire

John Wheatcroft
Options

Greg Wrenn
My Euryklea

Poets of Interest in this issue:

David Caplan
Of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob

 

Endi Bogue Hartigan
Two tigers walking different directions through bamboo; The tail of a kite

 

Rebecca Hazelton
580; 1015

 

Tomaz Salamun
Remembrance; The Poem Written Under the Influence of Wells