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Tag: Poem

Poetry
Leah Claire Kaminski

When you were / in the Everglades we canoed from Flamingo and through the canals.

Poetry
Rosa Angelica Martínez

Lost in the stillness of her stare, a dangerous watery horizon appears, and then she removes her mask.

Poetry
Hazem Fahmy

Hazem Fahmy was a finalist for the 2019 Boston Review Annual Poetry Contest and this poem appeared in our arts anthology Allies.

Poetry
Simone Person

Selected by Sonia Sanchez as a winner of the 2021 Boston Review Annual Poetry Contest

Poetry
Adebe DeRango-Adem

Selected by Sonia Sanchez as a winner of the 2021 Boston Review Annual Poetry Contest

Poetry
Don Mee Choi

Excerpted from “The Apparatus," from the forthcoming DMZ Colony.

Poetry
Monica Cure

My feet moved down another street / and I saw the shape they would draw / on the map in my mind.

Poetry
Brandi Nicole Martin

Look at my heartbeat / and its consequence, / that cup warm on my palm

Poetry
Jeff William Acosta

How would I know / when I’m empty and quiet like breath?

Poetry
Brian Clifton

As a student, I stitched / a cadaver together / while my professor / said you must / be a predator . . .