Carnations, Pigeons

By Amanda Williamsen / July 1, 2017 / 0 Comments

“Carnations, Pigeons,” by Bainbridge Island poet Amanda Williamsen, finds a hapless heroine drifting skyward each night, her heaviness draining from her head like sand. Mornings, she wakes startled, fallen, back in bed. She wonders if her problem might be gas.

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Jamie’s Dragon (dream/life 3)

By Peg Alford Pursell / March 2, 2011 / 0 Comments

By Peg Alford Pursell A vivid tattoo sets Jamie’s life in a spin, as her placid, teal dragon erupts into dreams overspilling with fire, color and unknown intent. It’s the final installment of Pursell’s reality-bending dream/life triptych.  -Editor.   Jamie saved up her babysitting money for the tattoo. It hadn’t taken long, her dad liberal […]

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