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Two Poems 


Poetry by:
ZACH HALBERG



Magic flute

You know me
Full of light at the races
It’s time to come in from the pool

That’s not a new crisis anyway
Summoning thunder after lightning
What’s floating there in the drink

I carry it through the backyard
Like some of your charge might rub off
The object that’s trapped scattering light

It was all electronic anyway
I say I’ve never been so forgiving
But in this version something’s changed











Terrapin new

Dreamed big San Diego plane crash
Some kind of soft brag
Telling how you went out at midnight

Whatever this is      practice?
We need more of it  immediate regimen
Might even fix us   in movies in magic

Still finding a new way
Done being hot   too fancy I’m sorry
Alright we are two people at quartz dawn






Follow Zach:

Instagram: @big.zachy 

Bio:

Zach Halberg is publisher at Newest York Arts Press, a non-profit organization supporting local arts and artists in New York City. His poetry has previously been published by Blush and Wonder at the links below.



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