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Three poems by Allan Kolski Horwitz

Bringing Forth Eve was there Alone She had no need for another She was full breasted And she lay in the garden And seeded herself And her milk made her happy Eve after Eve after Eve But when the moon

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Poems by Allan Kolski Horwitz

PIN PRICK Thirty second HIV test: positive or negative status indicated by the number of vertical stripes formed after a drop of blood has been introduced into a special solution contained in a small receptacle.     One line     or

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Eva Haroun Blogs From Tahrir Square

by Allan Kolski Horwitz   The dictator warns the people: I am stubborn The people respond: each of us has 3 PhDs in stubbornness The dictator warns: I will crush you like a dung beetle rolls shit The people respond:

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Honey

by Allan Kolski Horwitz   This time he does not wish to sink his tongue or his penis into her; he wishes to hold her and kiss her gently, so as to restore her spirit.  * Umlung presses the intercom

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Slave Labour

by Allan Kolski Horwitz Piscator leans out over the railing. The flat is three storeys up and he can see the half moon above the building across the road; the Ponte tower’s cell-phone advert is blinking madly because that is its

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