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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: CATHERINE PIERCE

Photo by Megan Bean BECAUSE I’LL NEVER SWIM IN EVERY OCEAN By Catherine Pierce Want is ten thousand blue feathers falling all around me, and me unable to stomach that I might catch five but never ten thousand. So I … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: CATHERINE PIERCE

FIREFLY by Catherine Pierce Its six legs coated with disease, it’s vulgar like the aphid, the earwig. Its eyes are nightmare globes. It does not love you or thank you for the glass jar with air holes. Still, you want … Continue reading

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