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Current Issue : Number Twenty-Five

Bombs Away Dream Baby

BY BOONA DAROOM

When the mistress crowed
After the fuse blew
Before Maine hit nine
As I thought of it as flat fish
If baloney belayed
Where stonewall rose
On a white day
When its hammer was raised
As a citric twist tills the gall



Boona Daroom is 29. His poetry has appeared in SOFTBLOW, LIT and other places. He lives in Brooklyn.