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Luke Kuzmish Apples Turning Brown when I was sniping cigarettes I learned which ash trays to hit the ones with women who could only make a half a cigarette nurses secretaries social workers before they got called back to work there’s nothing effeminate about smoking a discarded cigarette whose filter is covered with lipstick or maybe there is but that part of me —the proud part— I couldn’t access while I was fiending for a cigarette that day I was woken up by a janitor in the back room of the library covered in drool 113

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Mojave River Review spring/summer 2019  

The Mojave River Review spring/summer 2019 issue spotlights superb poetry and prose by brilliant contributors from around the globe. Enjoy 2...

Mojave River Review spring/summer 2019  

The Mojave River Review spring/summer 2019 issue spotlights superb poetry and prose by brilliant contributors from around the globe. Enjoy 2...

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