Poetry – Issue 31Collective Nouns Jessica Jacobs The Hebrew תֵבָה (tayva), normally translated as ark, can mean container, box, and, also, word. א. When Noah was still just a man, not yet sailor and savior, God said, “Make yourself a word, for I have decided to silence all flesh.” Please log in or subscribe to continue reading. Explore Related Work: Poetry – Issue 22A Spectacular Reformation of Their Old Ways Miriam Bird Greenberg They’ve gone down to Honey Grove, are living in an abandoned house. One of them’s strung up a wire spliced… Poetry – Issue 15Boletes in September Cynthia HuntingtonPine needles fallen across the path cushion footfalls; the rich brown loam mixes with sand, fine and silver-grey beneath. Down… Poetry – Issue 30A Ritual for the Nature of Language Linda Russo drink from moss with the moss of your tongue // step with steps of snails shells cracking // entangle your words in mycelial syllables. . . .