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Mitchell Glazier

Mitchell Glazier

Mitchell Glazier was born in 1995 in Martinsburg, West Virginia. His poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Washington Square, Interim, Radar, and elsewhere. He is an MFA candidate in Poetry at Columbia University.

Upon That Warm Alert Animal

Owlish brine
in mourning dishes.

Dusky cabbage roses
key the telephone.

tourniquet pearls.

What a cream world.

His papery hands
unloosing gold rings.

My vision of bridges.
Fresco of fog eaters.

Drinking Sparkling Water in the Afterlife

Strangeness, the dog
bark silvering

Furred motel
cups in atriums.
Birded yonder.

The ruined city
horses in scrolls
of burial


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