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Colorado Review
Volume: 42.2 | Year: 2015

Table of Contents:

D. M. Aderibigbe
Ode to Your First Cry

Kazim Ali
Foam Party
Orange Alert

Hala Alyan
Transatlantic
Hijra

Lucy Anderton
The Box
Check the Number on My Collar

Talvikki Ansel
If the Vulture Chooses You
Leap Years

Kate Asche
Incoming

Joelle Biele
Postcard
Postcard

Ana Cristina Cesar
Seven Keys

Lauren Crux
Ramble #11
Ramble #28

Victoria Estol
Flesh and Fingernail

Javier Etchevarran
Reunion

Paola Gallo
Words Like Knives

Andrew Grace
from John Henry Split My Heart

Bradley Harrison
The Night We Met

Chris Haven
Bounty

Brenda Hillman
[Untitled Day]
Composition: Frine Lichen: Tilde and Mao

H. L. Hix
What Does It Do to One's Ipseity to Say in the First Person, I Am Dying
Will My Word Grow into a Tree While I Water It Every Day with Silence

James Hoch
Snow Angels
The Pine Barrens: A Sermon

Sally Keith
From River House
From River House

Ruth Ellen Kocher
#29LINESONBLACKNESSFORWHITEPOETSANDPOLICEMEN

Brandon Kreitler
Inscription on a Page Torn from the County Register

Shayla Lawson
La Bienale

Thylias Moss
Blue Coming

Danielle Pafunda
I Want You to See Me and Convulse. Whatever You Were

Simon Perchik
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Craig Santos Perez
from "Understory"

Donald Platt
Hospice

Michael Pontacoloni
The Students Celebrate a Basketball Championship

Roger Reeves
Threnody with a Wren and Skipping Rope
Sudden Stain

Freya Rohn
Thrush

Laurie Sewall
Breakwaters

Laura-Gray Street
Invocation with Textile Mill Workers, Grandmothers, Fates, Quarreling Inner Voices, and Others
Survey of Worker Engagement

Tess Taylor
Songs in Late Summer

Barbara Tomash
Col-
Com-

Poets of Interest in this issue:

Andrew Grace
from John Henry Split My Heart

 

Bradley Harrison
The Night We Met

 

Chris Haven
Bounty

 

Brenda Hillman
[Untitled Day]; Composition: Frine Lichen: Tilde and Mao

 

James Hoch
Snow Angels; The Pine Barrens: A Sermon

 

Sally Keith
From River House; From River House

 

Thylias Moss
Blue Coming

 

Laura-Gray Street
Invocation with Textile Mill Workers, Grandmothers, Fates, Quarreling Inner Voices, and Others; Survey of Worker Engagement

 

Barbara Tomash
Col-; Com-