Poetry
12.1 / FALL / WINTER 2016

THE WORLD AND EVERYTHING IN IT

Night drive through Miami,
I think the sky a dream
not yet starred by bullets.

 

 

Ariel Francisco is a first generation American poet of Dominican and Guatemalan descent. He is currently completing his MFA at Florida International University where he is the editor-in-chief of Gulf Stream Literary Magazine and also the winner of an Academy of American Poets Prize. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Gulf Coast, Tupelo Quarterly, Washington Square, and elsewhere, and his chapbook “Before Snowfall, After Rain” is forthcoming from Glass Poetry Press. He lives in Miami, FL.


12.1 / FALL / WINTER 2016

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