Member since April 22, 2009 | 965 Readings |
Meg Barboza’s poems have appeared or are forthcoming in P-Queue, Court Green, Parcel, Denver Quarterly, and 1913. Her reviews have appeared in Colorado Review.
She works for the New York City Department of Education.
Metanarrative: Platonic Forms
Let us agree on traffic lights and liquor; punishment / / above all else. The edible. Coquettish / / Spring. The genitalia of both sexes…
Subscribed by Meg Barboza
for Joseph Bradshaw / There’s a quality, that means to be / an endorsement, that’s speaking for us. / It is not shallow. It continues because /…
Lizards like phoenixes and lizards / and dragons and phoenixes and elephants / and snakes and unicorns and giraffe. / / I’m having another…
I spent the day clearing genitals / from the vegetable garden. Shells of / genitals, dried out, sun cracked / like when a first meeting suddenly…
Warlord Subway Jam
There’s nothing I want more / than to rip pink apples / to give to a sick squid / glued to the rind of Hoboken / the leopard barge spurts…
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