Ariadne Magazine

Ariadne Magazine

DeMisty Bellinger

DeMisty Bellinger

IV: You Are I have let myself go— / this is a sicknessand I need handholding. / my hair has grown maybe an inch when / I wasn’t watching.or washing it. I let it grow. / my various curl patterns whirl into each other acrossdifferent sections of my head, my hair, not...
David Lau

David Lau

Emerging World Cities  Still in the struggle new ancients I met his feet were angles top predator in the system animals we drove in the mountain ice that is melting The not-words go the other way X lived here  Thomas-Sankara derived anthem for the displaced...
Rebecca Lehmann

Rebecca Lehmann

Descent But I, that am not shaped for sportive tricks, Nor made to court an amorous looking-glass            —Richard III, Act I, Scene I Now is the winter of our discontent spake the scheming Gloucester, and,...
Giulia Bencivenga

Giulia Bencivenga

When a Poem is Not a Poem There are many ways to say something that is true, but only one Will be true. The approximation to reality is but one facet of the clause, The  Statement Must encompass a world that is beautiful Take for example that there should be...
Matt Proctor

Matt Proctor

oct 4 this winter I’m driving         my toyota camry to patagonia   you really offended me   w/ yr lousy goodbye   in the heat of the moment   I just died in yr arms tonight  van...