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When Windows Pull Me Forward by Jessica Ni Leacai

When, in hours I held my harms from action, the winds of windows pulled me forward, And asked my leaping loneliness to plunge the night’s air affirmingly. Refusing, I reeled and remorsed these retractions, with hollowed heaving in gasping grief, … Continue reading

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In Honesty, My Stalks Wither by Jessica Ni Leacai

I am no flower, on a bush, be I pulled petals you plucked. In what good, my petals, be they bruised and of no use? I am no more, the avenger, be I planted plausibly or not. In dark nor … Continue reading

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