我的夜空

by Alexander Eliasen 整日白天变成黄昏                                       在天空你俯视着我 你是我的夜空 暗面,明星眼睛 当微笑请月回来 星座拼成你的姿体 树林和我试图碰你  我怀念一起感受黑夜 My Night Sky Each night, day surrenders to a golden dusk And you begin looking after me from above You are my night sky Face like midnight, shining star-like eyes Your smile inspires the moon’s return Constellations … Continue reading 我的夜空

Led Astray

by Matthew McGovern I stepped down from the rattling bus into a foot of slush. From there, I hopped the brown snow embankment onto the lumpy, icy sidewalk, where I trudged along. After about forty paces, I sensed some figures following me from a short distance, close enough that I could hear their chatter. As I brushed snow from my shoulder, I looked back to … Continue reading Led Astray

An Ode to my Body Hair

by Anonymous Zach started wearing shorts Fabric cutting off nine inches below the waist Matted rivers of glistening soldiers Stood erect on his ankles, shins, and thighs Bent knees traversed my forests of envy Desire overtook my fingers and they crept Closer towards his displays of masculinity With realization comes clambering to the bathroom My thick traitorous fingers poking At the mass of naked flesh … Continue reading An Ode to my Body Hair

Learning to Love an Accident of a Hometown

by Juliette Wu Modern Shenzhen, modern in a post-Deng, Post-technological boom sense, is only a Few years my elder. Growing up, I watched The evisceration of a “fishing village” and its Infantile self-sufficiency a Transcendentalist Would think bucolic or picturesque, you know, Despite the detritus of wars and wrongs and all that And I watched not a snake shed its skin but  A caterpillar deliquesce … Continue reading Learning to Love an Accident of a Hometown