The Paintings of Agnes Martin as Loaves of Bread

Issue #143
Spring 2020
Quarter-glass in the dawn-light’s mottled hyphen. The risk of it, the resistance. I stitched the mask from lathered skins. Motes of flour in the bakery’s apse. I breathe like the machine I am, I proof the stubborn yeast. Nectar of...

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