Poetry by Jake Skeets
Issue 5 / Poetry

Poetry by Jake Skeets

Feel my body like an unattended blackness
a portal a kept sake
not meant for keeping settle me remove
the pillows and rupture me
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Poetry by McKenzie Lynn Tozan
Issue 5 / Poetry

Poetry by McKenzie Lynn Tozan

I imagine this boy, the lotion on his hands, pressing
and releasing, and then the kiss—which opened up
every sense in the world. How he, too, could lean in
and start something small.
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