July, 2015 T A B L E of C O N T E N T S POEMS M Ross Henry, It Carmen Germain, Color Is To Do Everything Catherine Moore, How to Summons the Blues Erin Rodoni, Of the Tribe of Summer Sarina Bosco, Domestic Diana Smith Bolton, The Men in the Bar Asked for … Continue reading CPR Volume 17-3
Living, still, among the gods and the bees at the cusp of morning. The first moments of light like a virgin’s inner thigh—brief and bare. Drunk on mint. The grape leaves yellowing already, eating their sour fruit anyway crushing the skins up against the back of my teeth. All of these young men falling in … Continue reading Domestic
by Sarina Bosco
Sarina Bosco is a chronic New Englander and reluctant homeowner. When not writing, she can most likely be found washing dishes or hiking the surrounding area. Her work has previously appeared in Moon Pigeon, The Missing Slate, The Sonder Review, and others.