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Earthquake

By Luke Johnson Poetry

In Nepal, five thousand are dead and the rest are afraid to return to the house of the next tremor. A continent away, Tom finds objects to hold to quiet the tremors in his hands. Men are pulled from buildings five days underneath them, still breathing. The easiest way to achieve rescue is to cry…

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Tom as a Series of Declaratives

By Luke Johnson Poetry

Religion is a gesture of overt metaphor. Literature mostly accidental metaphors the writer meant as gestures. Moments presupposed to be meaningful rarely are. Attention is the fourth wheel on a grocery cart, where the grocery cart is your mind and attention the one wheel not always touching, but it can swivel in its bearings and…

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