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Six Word Novels

The Mirror: Was, I am, will La migra, coyote, where you going? Demon cat, East LA street cat Holly would, land of the disposable. Neon breasts, and fake plastic packages Girly man, manly girl, me Arnold! Selling Oranges on Artesia … Continue reading

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Frolic (Lipogram: (E) of John Ashbery’s “Summer”

Too tardy to abandon now-as the passion withdraws, chirping
Of distant worlds in its cold dark vast umbilical, so as to portray
By way of obvious motions This now and is’ of dignity, finally not a monster
Frolic has to do with a vacation of ‘is’ in a way akin to a nap in a warm bath.
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