Poetry – Issue 29Little Starts Nomi Stone My wife secretly took a bunch of cuttings this fall while I stood watch: two leavesof a succulent from IKEA, a tiny nub from the Milkcrate Café on Girard, and that other danglerat the boring party in the room with the coats.Please log in or subscribe to continue reading. Explore Related Work: Poetry – Issue 27•Elegy for Estrogen V. Penelope Pelizzon Without which the tits, anxious rabbits, sit up on their haunches no longer in the sun nibbling grasses, but cower,… Poetry – Issue 16Flower Girl Martha SilanoFlower Girl 1. She had wanted to be one had always been one girl with the yellow chin girl who’d… Poetry – Issue 10Flowers from a New Love after the Divorce Paisley Rekdal Cut back the stems an inch to keep in bloom. / So instructs the florist’s note / enclosed inside the flowers. / Who knew what was cut / could heal again, the green wounds close, / stitching themselves together?