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Issue 3: May 2020
Poem, contrapuntal: 35 words
By Matthew Feinstein





It’s the way you
curl your tongue
for my eyes—
I’m lost in you;
your spit on
my mouth...
savor the lollipop
and smile
digital bliss.
I can almost taste
the screen—

Matthew Feinstein
Issue 3, May 2020

is a twenty-two-year-old neurodivergent writer from Tracy California. He will attend the MFA program in Creative Writing, Poetry at California State University, Long Beach in Fall 2020. His poems and stories have appeared or are forthcoming in Drunk Monkeys, Cathexis Northwest Press, Running Wild Press, Origami Poems Project, and elsewhere.

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