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Psaltery & Lyre

Saint Ursula

Turn the ship around / for the holiness / of open water: / / your beam and mast, / magnificent.

Main Street Apartment, Grinnell, Iowa

Bed-shape all day, window by the freeway's / carnival whispering . . .

Two Flash Essays

In a lawn chair, the river so shallow and clear, a crystal ribbon stitching together the valley floor. You look down and see granite, quartz, silt, the hollow skeletons of mayflies

Owl

Late for a hike / but still I go, / headlight and hat / in pocket — the defiance / of time on a Sunday — / to dissolve myself / in bishop pine

2021 Orison Anthology Nominees

Congratulations to all of our nominees!

2021 Best of the Net Nominees

Congratulations to all of our Best of the Net nominees!

The Rake that’s Leaning Against the Tree in the Yard

Wait, my children are growing / too fast and we neglected / the garden this summer

Ávila

Broken, and again broken, / sick and scraped, my Tree.

Emily Observed

There is an ineffable green / and there is no justice / in minimal effort and lack of vocabulary.

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