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Seven Times 18: Think


  I think poetry At least I think I think poetry Even if I am thinking of what to buy at the grocery store Or what to write in an email to a client It is a poem I think it must be poetry, Because my thoughts are not thoughts at all, Instead, my thoughts…

Photography © Allison Goldin

Poem by Matt Stefon


  Kearney Square (Fragment) For Boston It’s not that love is showing its gold like the honey locust leaves in mid-August             and the sun they catch at seven. This isn’t one of those mornings of late that staunched the sky like a terrier gray             sweatshirt after a jog. The recent construction has made known all…

Photography © Allison Goldin

Poem by Kevin Sampsel


  Monuments Build another monument Of hard, glazed marble As a crutch to hold, To make bold the sky. Stand and stare and be In awe. Bleed astonishment At the marble marvel Carefully erected and carved With greens ever cherished. Words spoken after chosen Breed subverted silence And applause rumbling from The powerless and perverted.…