Jennifer Juneau's collection, More Than Moon, was a 2006 National Poetry Series finalist. Her poems are published in many journals including American Poetry Journal, Cimarron Review, Cincinnati Review, and Seattle Review. One of her poems was recently featured on Verse Daily as poem of the day. more »
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Midnight bells to boom & still
the frayed maid sucking up to the moon,
that nefarious stepmum, a fossil
in limbo, sexually frustrated & envious me youth,
nonetheless stunning. (After all,
she is a woman too.) & I am mirrored in her face
alone & sublunary as I am installed
in this glossy rectangular space:
The Alps, phlegmatic & fuliginous
as death, a comely myth this. No prince to smack
my mouth betimes with sublime superficial kiss
or force glass shoe. White flag in wrack,
bent in beam, I scribe to you. Anyone this.
I, my bony ...