Poetry – Issue 32Home Remedies Ae Hee Lee For bee stings, my parents would rub a spoonful of doenjang on my skin until it scabbed.Please log in or subscribe to continue reading. Explore Related Work: Poetry – Issue 28•Aubade: My Mother Calls Home Ashley M. Jones An mmhmm is softer, sweeter than yes— / out of my mother’s mouth, a bright song—how / beautiful, this flavor of English. . . . Poetry – Issue 27•Postcard from Home George David Clark The birds in our county were bees / and the bees were rough nuggets of light. / The green ponds we soaked in were trees / and the thunderheads’ bellies were white. Poetry – Issue 6Homeopathic Frank X Walker The unripe cherry tomatoes, miniature red chili peppers / and small burst of sweet basil and sage in the urban garden / just outside the window. . . .