July/Aug 2019 • Vol. XLI No. 4 Poetry |

Separated

The pain, the festering wound. As in a fierce dream where a fence springs up to sever a path, divide a garden, where between two thresholds rises an impassable forest.  — The need to learn anew how to turn into a songbird, give birth to song that will journey far, not losing the way.

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Trash

By Joshua Bennett

The pain, the festering wound. As in a fierce dream where a fence springs up to sever a path, divide a garden, where between two thresholds rises an impassable forest. […]

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