Happy March/Poking Through The Fabric

In case you missed it last month, here's another morsel from the newest contest winning Blood Pudding Press poetry chapbook treat, Poking through the Fabric of the Light that Formed Us: Songs and Stories to Read in the Mirror by Lora Bloom, now available from Blood Pudding Press here:


"With my sequined dress
and goosebump legs
I join in the drone
of the lost-soul blues
the ceiling so high
I am sure I am dreaming
all golden pillars
and marble floors
that thump against the rubber
soles of my boots
as I walk off the lights
that swallow the morning
the blue of the dawn
all smoky and salty"

from 30th Street Ballad

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