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Betsy Johnson-Miller

Betsy Johnson-Miller

Betsy Johnson-Miller lives and teaches in Minnesota. Her poetry and essays have appeared in Boulevard, Agni, Gray's Sporting Journal, Portland and Mid-American Review

What Is Romantic, Honestly


I mean
to answer with a sapling

in a pickle jar

covered with tiny
light bulbs

I caught burning
in a field

that bed
of milkweed and

animal sleep
(body curled

around body curled)

instead
of moonlight

on train tracks
that end

Poetry

Sam Sax

Sam Sax
Politics Of Elegy

Essay

Chard DeNiord

Chard DeNiord
Like A Book At Evening, Beautiful But Untrue, Like A Book On Rising, Beautiful And True

Poetry

Grace Marie Grafton

Grace Marie Grafton
Like A Japanese Woodcut