Two poems by Marcia Pelletiere (poetry, ’93) appear in disquieting muses quarterly:

 

Prologue

Yes, that boulevard, that
rain-wet road, the truck
that tried to bypass
my red car—yet
skidded at an angle, in,
swallowing half a decade

(. . . to continue reading “Prologue” and “The Alley,” click here.)

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