Four poems by Tony Iantosca

16 Jan

Happy Hump Day! It is Wednesday, and today the rain delivers four poems by Tony Iantosca, “asking for passage,” “bent locks,” “cold neighborly” and “dialect ascribed”

 

Tony Iantosca is a poet living in Brooklyn, New York, where he’s earned an MFA in creative writing at Long Island University. He has work published in Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics, Brooklyn Paramount and the online journal EOAGH: a Journal of the Arts. With good friend and extraordinary poet Daniel Owen, Tony is co-editor of the poetry journal Sun’s Skeleton.

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