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Three Poems by Beth Brown Preston

Birth of the Blues Was it Miles Davis’ “Kinda Blue” bringing me home to you? Or the musical memories of our mutual histories?Scott Joplin and...

The Monuments by Josh Young

The Monuments The monuments are goneGood riddance I sayTalk about losing a battleThey lost an entire war Cold cast iron facesof Lee, Jackson, and Jefferson Davis,Put...

Three Poems by Susan Mockler

Transformation Everyday, I delivermyself to impossibility.I transform:Today, a bird,my slumberous bodygiving way to lightweight skeleton,sturdy muscles, aero foil wingsthat lift me, flapping or soaringkeeping me...

Four Poems by Greta Ehrig

Interlude Even the Evening Grosbeaks yearn to move on,wandering from there to here to somewhere gone, partying at the feeder for a quarter of an hourthen...

Two Poems by Jeffrey Banks

Jeffrey "Big Homey" Banks is a finalist in Day Eight's annual open-to-all poetry competition, the DC Poet Project. Read more about the DC Poet...

“Burning Snowflakes” by Rebecca Dietrich

Burning Snowflakes Radiation rains from above Like burning snowflakes, it falls. In awe of its beauty, I reach out my hand. The ash stains my palm, Still warm to the...

Two Poems by Amuchechukwu Nwafor

Amuchechukwu Nwafor is a finalist in Day Eight's annual open-to-all poetry competition, the DC Poet Project. Read more about the DC Poet Project here and attend...

Three Poems by CanMan Tha Poet

CanMan Tha Poet is a finalist in Day Eight's annual open-to-all poetry competition, the DC Poet Project. Read more about the DC Poet Project here and...

Two Poems by Kiarra Patterson

Kiarra Patterson is a finalist in Day Eight's annual open-to-all poetry competition, the DC Poet Project. Read more about the DC Poet Project here and attend the...

Two Poems by Rodney Johnson

Evictions When she tells you relationships end like evictions That your love is bad religion   That you lost your way That she had to murder her messiah to...

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Two poems by Atena Danner

These poems are part of a special section of the Mid-Atlantic Review, Celebrating Black History, and selected by editors Khadijah Ali-Coleman, Carolivia Herron, and...

Legacy: a Documentary Poem for My Ancestor by Sherri Mehta

These poems are part of a special section of the Mid-Atlantic Review, Celebrating Black History, and selected by editors Khadijah Ali-Coleman, Carolivia Herron, and...

On a Black High School Senior Who Cannot Walk With His Class Because of His Natural Hairstyle by Synnika Alek-Chizoba Lofton

These poems are part of a special section of the Mid-Atlantic Review, Celebrating Black History, and selected by editors Khadijah Ali-Coleman, Carolivia Herron, and...
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