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Hannah Treasure



                carrying a message:

the flammable house
the mall restaurants wiped
the non-union workers wiped
the lawmaker’s out-of-office machine
they are shooting at hurricanes
they are to-go boxing trees
the friend precarious my friend
the drone cuts through a beehive
never the artificial world
the friend texts very nice to meet you
alongside Nina Simone’s Stars
three months after meeting
so I assume she went there
the bathroom ceiling caves
the cat chews on white debris
the seas fall away from their sentences
the radio calls us dreamers
people have walked out that door
Hannah Treasure is a recent graduate of Brooklyn College’s MFA program in poetry. She teaches as an Adjunct Lecturer in Brooklyn College’s English Department, and is also the poetry editor of The Shanghai Literary Review. Her work appears or is forthcoming in Cordella Magazine, Sonora Review, and 86 Logic, among others.
Mark
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