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Behold, Kaitlyn Mccray Burnett Dec 2018

Behold, Kaitlyn Mccray Burnett

Comparative Woman

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Elders Talkin’, Lizzie Nova Dec 2018

Elders Talkin’, Lizzie Nova

Comparative Woman

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Om!, Aparajita Dutta Dec 2018

Om!, Aparajita Dutta

Comparative Woman

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Grand Mothers, Lizzie Nova Dec 2018

Grand Mothers, Lizzie Nova

Comparative Woman

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Accidents Happen, Courtney A. Brown Dec 2018

Accidents Happen, Courtney A. Brown

Comparative Woman

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If Everything Was Perfect, Courtney A. Brown Dec 2018

If Everything Was Perfect, Courtney A. Brown

Comparative Woman

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“I Am Dark Energy”, Taylor Scott Dec 2018

“I Am Dark Energy”, Taylor Scott

Comparative Woman

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Saying Goodbye To Grandma, Courtney A. Brown Dec 2018

Saying Goodbye To Grandma, Courtney A. Brown

Comparative Woman

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Pantheon, Zilia Balkansky-Sellés Dec 2018

Pantheon, Zilia Balkansky-Sellés

Comparative Woman

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José Martí In Central Park, Zilia Balkansky-Sellés Dec 2018

José Martí In Central Park, Zilia Balkansky-Sellés

Comparative Woman

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The Resurrection, Megan Barrios Dec 2018

The Resurrection, Megan Barrios

Comparative Woman

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Continental Divide(S), Carmela Lanza Dec 2018

Continental Divide(S), Carmela Lanza

Comparative Woman

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Fall 2016, Vantage Point Aug 2017

Fall 2016, Vantage Point

Vantage Point

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Love Loves All, Donna Williams Apr 2017

Love Loves All, Donna Williams

The Tuxedo Archives

Our love is the strongest.
And it has forced us into this undying relationship.
The disease that ravaged the country
Somehow, it brought us closer. ~excerpt from poem


El Salvador, Jordan Villasensor Apr 2017

El Salvador, Jordan Villasensor

The Tuxedo Archives

A foreign land that I was unfamiliar with,

Full of green lush and the smell of diesel.

Trucks driving swiftly carrying bundles of plantains

Nothing was the same. ~excerpt from poem


Pancakes Are Yummy, Galen Small Apr 2017

Pancakes Are Yummy, Galen Small

The Tuxedo Archives

When you've too much homework,
And the cafeteria food sucks, remember that
You are going to die. ~excerpt from poem


Gomer, Elizabeth Pode Apr 2017

Gomer, Elizabeth Pode

The Tuxedo Archives

Cattail breath hot on your breast,

but you can’t shake the feeling

of someone in the next room.

He would know. ~excerpt from poem


The Ignition And The Mass, Jessica Guda Apr 2017

The Ignition And The Mass, Jessica Guda

The Tuxedo Archives

I may not remember much
About this day.
I may not recall specifics,
What exactly happened when~ excerpt from poem


Bayon Temple, Angkor Cambodia, Joseph Meyers Apr 2017

Bayon Temple, Angkor Cambodia, Joseph Meyers

The Tuxedo Archives

My sandals stomp slowly up the temple stairs.
One foot after the other I walk almost unaware
of the many faces above me carved in stone.
Each one unique and could stand on its own. ~excerpt from poem


Attached To Me, Jessica Guda Apr 2017

Attached To Me, Jessica Guda

The Tuxedo Archives

If I flew away from you
And left you
Would I stay

In your thoughts
And in your dreams?
Would I help you to be brave? ~excerpt from poem


Alone Tonight, Jessica Guda Apr 2017

Alone Tonight, Jessica Guda

The Tuxedo Archives

Somehow it’s just not right
That I should sit alone tonight.
The rain comes down
While melodic sounds
Creep inside to meet me. ~excerpt from poem


Calculations, Elizabeth Pode Apr 2017

Calculations, Elizabeth Pode

The Tuxedo Archives

The fringes of the velvet petals brush up against the timeless bone-white bark. Her slender hand trembles, naked as it is without the gleaming ring she had dreamt of so often. There were two roses. One stark and wilting with its fleeting beauty, covering up the gaping scar. It was left at the graveside. ~excerpt from poem


February 7th, Elizabeth Pode Apr 2017

February 7th, Elizabeth Pode

The Tuxedo Archives

Let the light in

so that when I finally

see you,

love will be

lust will be

fate. ~excerpt from poem


Down East Maine, Gibb David Apr 2017

Down East Maine, Gibb David

The Tuxedo Archives

It began with the long, silent drive past endless

lobster pounds and fishing towns that litter

the landscape of Down East Maine like seagulls

swarming a freshly pulled pot, like canvas tents

on the small island that was my summer home. ~excerpt from poem


Fabricated Wonderland, Jessica Curlett Apr 2017

Fabricated Wonderland, Jessica Curlett

The Tuxedo Archives

Maybe if Alice

was not so lost

It’d be easier to make decisions;

Like why is a raven like a writing desk? ~excerpt from poem


Compassion, Jessica Curlett Apr 2017

Compassion, Jessica Curlett

The Tuxedo Archives

Because I'm a nice person

It's what I do,

but you,

look at this as boring

or unrewarding

and turn your back faster

than I can think to be forward. ~
excerpt from poem


Untitled, Drew Bollman Apr 2017

Untitled, Drew Bollman

The Tuxedo Archives

미안해 (I’m sorry)
But I need you.
보고싶어 (I miss you)
Please come back. ~excerpt from poem


Order Up, Elena Bishop Apr 2017

Order Up, Elena Bishop

The Tuxedo Archives

My enemy is my only friend, a chess game played on Sunday.

Mates having breakfast at Tom’s Diner, wondering whose picking up the check.

What happens when I start thinking; I end up going the wrong way.

I think he knows my next move; we stroll down State Street. ~excerpt from poem


Easy, Vernisha Tavares Apr 2017

Easy, Vernisha Tavares

The Tuxedo Archives

It was easy wasn’t it?

Being young and free.

Nothing could hold you back.

The world was yours to own. To conquer. ~excerpt from poem


1 A.M., Mariah Mcguire Apr 2017

1 A.M., Mariah Mcguire

The Tuxedo Archives

The night is alive.
It is pulsing, beating breathing.
Every inch, every motion
May be the last. ~excerpt from poem