..:: CONTENTS ::..
  Volume III, Issue II

..:: POETRY ::..
  Joel Chace
  Dome Bulfaro
      Vertebral column 
      Feet phalanges of Simo in flight 
      Knees without ligaments 
      Tarsus 
      Metatarsus 
  Jeremy James Thompson
  Jen Nellis 
  Lynn Strongin 
  Dan Fisher 
  Scott Bentley
  Polis  
  Laurel DeCou 
  Anne Heide 


..:: PROSE ::..
  Reed Kellman
  Clint Koltviet
  Kane X. Faucher


..:: OTHER ::..
  Jeremy James Thompson
  Chad Lietz 
  Thierry Brunet
  William Moor 
  Spencer Selby  


..:: ETC ::..
  Contributor's Notes


..:: ARCHIVES ::..
  Volume I, Issue I
  Volume I, Issue II
  Volume II, Issue I
  Volume II, Issue II
  Volume III, Issue I

 


Tarsus
Find #14

Dome Bulfaro

     

I add together the macro-organism of boundless generations

composed of bipeds running from quick-counted strides.

You notice our appearance, how much we

of the frenetic and imperceptible rhythm of cells

are handed down primordial stories and songs.

Thus they narrate and sing inside me: bones of all men

as in her, the stars of all women. Certainly

 

perhaps we never penetrate, perhaps breast and vagina are

points of departure too distant from the penis

but the virilism of epochs and the feminism of years

are past, the golden playthings for proles.

Here and now it seems we can never share them equally:

equal possibility to increase explorers, together

as woman-man, different mysteries of the infinite Human Being.

  

Trans. Christopher Arigo

 

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