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Patrick Rosal


By Patrick Rosal A brisk sunset walk home: Lafayette Ave.
After weeks straight of triple layers
and double gloves, the day has inched
Pamela Alexander


By Pamela Alexander We didn’t waste them. We used the trees
to build, to burn. Some jungles
got in our way, and animals, especially bears.
Teri Ellen Cross Davis


By Teri Ellen Cross Davis When you were inside me I could feel you thrive
your rounded kicks, my body your taut drum.
Now I beat these breasts, betrayed by a landscape
that wilts, a place where even tears won’t come.
Amanda Johnston

Night Hike

By Amanda Johnston The Outdoor Afros guide promises our eyes will adjust.
Moonlight is enough to see the beauty in the dark.
Without entering the woods, I see our blackness
pull the grassy hem over our bodies.
Craig Santos Perez

Twinkle, Twinkle, Morning Star

By Craig Santos Perez kaikainaliʻi wakes from her late afternoon nap
and reaches for nālani with small open hands—

count how many papuan children
still reach for their disappeared parents—
Minnie Bruce Pratt

Burning Water

By Minnie Bruce Pratt
Kathy Engel


By Kathy Engel
Sherwin Bitsui

The Northern Sun

By Sherwin Bitsui
Homero Aridjis

La profecía del hombre / The Prophesy of Man

By Homero Aridjis
Tim Seibles

One Turn Around the Sun

By Tim Seibles
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