When my physics teachers says static electricity can bend water. Therefore Moses parted the red sea by rubbing his hands up and down his chest.

Rachel Litchman

Three sinking mattresses bob in the bay like candles spitting wax on our wooden, familial dining table.

Tanner Manley

 
 
Goldfish eat gold. Catfish eat cat. Dogfish eat dog. It is a fish eat dog world.

Annalise Lozier

swim in the baby pools of your presence until you become claustrophobic

                         Piper Gourley

 
 

ANNALISE LOZIER is a senior at Interlochen Arts Academy, where she studies creative writing. She is YoungArts Finalist and Foyle Commended Poet of the Year. Her work has been recognized by organizations such as the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards and the Luminarts Cultural Foundation, and has appeared in The Interlochen Review, The Adroit Journal, and The Kenyon Review.