By Roger Reeves
A is for almost, arriving, my father’s death. / B is for bear, which he does and does not do. / C is for care and critics and leaving them to their caskets.
By Sara Eliza Johnson
Here’s a lesson: If you leave a hole in the forest, / leave a mouth open in pain, astonishment or grief, / something will come to fill it
By Tess Taylor
If we were to go if the house fell in an earthquake
if fire, if fire