2 Poems by James Croal Jackson

  LOVE NOTE TO WOMEN I HAVE LOVED   when the twine grays, know there is still a lettering shaped in your glossed spiral. I gargle Listerine your name to the thrum of the galaxy lodged in my throat, there forever behind my wolf teeth, a song alongside you.     BRAZILIAN MUSIC ALL AROUND […]

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DEAD DOGS by Robert James Russell

  Jerry Meredith had been picked up two weeks back with nearly five pounds of medicinal-grade marijuana sealed in a section of PVC pipe. The witness, he later found out—the good Samaritan he was—had thought it seemed suspect, some man diving over from Windsor lugging a section piece of pipe. And the state trooper who […]

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