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Alise Versella

poetry

For S.L.V.

We were sitting at the corner of miserable, the streetlight flickering on and off like a soon to be dying firefly We sat cross-legged — Indian style, meditating on our raucous thoughts twisting like television chords The old black-and-white kind with alien-tinfoil antennas The picture in our  ...

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poetry

Persephone Searching.

I entered through the labyrinth, searching for the center part. The stalagmites glowed fluorescent, in the deepening dark. There were claw marks on the walls juxtaposed to crude art. My fingers caressed the etchings, like somehow these walls could speak. The secrets of the ones before me,  ...

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