GRAND MASTER OF BALANCING FEATS, TABARIN IS THROWING SHADOWS
ONE OPEN MOUTH BREAKS INTO THE NEXT
USELESS AS GLASS
PRAYERS OFTEN GET CAUGHT IN THE CEILING FAN AND SPUN. CHECK THE BULB FOR BREAKS.
OF HANDS DEPRIVED, TOES DERIVED
SMarie Clay's poems have appeared most recently in Columbia Poetry Review, Caliban, H_NGM_N, Forklift Ohio, and other print and online journals. She is the founder and editor-in-chief of Black Tongue Review, an international art & poetry journal. Currently. she is in the MFA poetry program at Columbia, Chicago, where she is a Follett Scholar and an assistant editor of Court Green.
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