Post Road Magazine #17

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Most Fertile Soil - by R. S. Armstrong

Santo begs the question: was I or was I not lonely?

Shame - by Robert Cording

Four last night. They trickled into the church
before the cold solidified. My wife and I signed them in,
made them empty pockets, checked for drugs and weapons,
went over the copious medications they carried,
then let them graze on free coffee, oranges, bread,
crackers, peanut butter, even a large bag
of Kentucky Fried wings a parishioner
brought by—gifts and leftovers of our middle class...more.

House with a Dark Sky Roof - T. Zachary Cotler

The Bed Was Made - Amy Dryansky

Untitles - Alessandra Lynch

Personal Ad with Lobsters - Jen McClanaghan

Isotope - Niina Pollari

Sea Winds - Arto Melleri, translated by Niina Polari

How I Fell in Love with Joe McCarthy + Tikkun - Josh Rivkin

Yesm but Tenderness becomes me best—a sort of Dyingness— - Joseph Spece

Little Heap - Tom Thompson

On the Sea of the Hebrides + A Late, Aromatic Moment + A Sea Piece - Brendan Galvin

The Cave and Its Caveman: First Prophet + Seventeed Haiku for the End of the World - Will Dowd

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