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Three Poems by Teisha Twomey

Memory of a Pool Shark You told me I was a good shot, the same way you praised me when I knocked that eight ball into the corner pocket before you could. I had to call them out loud, when … Continue reading

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Coming Home, poem by Teisha Twomey

I reach below the sink, compare the proofs of the bottles beneath. Eighty is best and I pour the glass half full, watching the diet Coke turn gold, beautiful as amber. I climb the stairs the way I am use … Continue reading

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