Poems of the Week – Christopher DeWeese

THREE POEMS BY CHRISTOPHER DEWEESE   The Wizard Where is my wand? The snow is getting thick and I want a dome to live in. Tricillian, I mean it when I tell you all of this is evidence. I mean it when I forget to mention the evidence is against you. I am sitting inContinue reading “Poems of the Week – Christopher DeWeese”

Poems of the Week – Frederick Seidel

THREE POEMS BY FREDERICK SEIDEL   Fog I spend most of my time not dying. That’s what living is for. I climb on a motorcycle. I climb on a cloud and rain. I climb on a woman I love. I repeat my themes. Here I am in Bologna again. Here I go again. Here IContinue reading “Poems of the Week – Frederick Seidel”

Poems of the Week – Kim Addonizio

THREE POEMS BY KIM ADDONIZIO   31-Year-Old-Lover When he takes off his clothes I think of a stick of butter being unwrapped, the milky, lubricious smoothness of it when it’s taken from the fridge still hard the way his body is hard, the high tight pectorals, the new dimes of the nipples pressed into theContinue reading “Poems of the Week – Kim Addonizio”