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Jacques Rancourt

Fall 2014

Against Whitman

By Jacques Rancourt

I know our decision to live doesn’t come from within, that even the smallest sprout shows there really is no death.           Erosion leads us onward, the cliffs that break us […]

Fall 2014

The Same World

By Jacques Rancourt

Last night I watched the drag queen’s hip-pad drift down her leg         and distort the full moon of her figure. By morning you won’t remember how I hummed her song […]

Fall 2014

Golgotha

By Jacques Rancourt

There’s a home in every part of the world. A man Told a man this inside a tent that hid them From everyone else. At the feet they become a […]