Michael Cooper

Michael Cooper is member of PoetrIE and a MFA student at CSUSB who is fascinated by the fragmentation of language. He is thankful to the people brave enough to publish him: The Los Angeles Review, Shuf, BlazeVox, The Chaffey Review, The Pacific Review, Tin Cannon, Camel Saloon and many others. He feels we are at our most beautiful at our point of failure: orchids in the same vase of water.

Peppermint and Ivy

in process: breathe out completely don’t tense don’t squeeze and here you thought this very best part of you was don’t kick your leg keep was temperance keep your cheek to stock contact and moderation become the life you are …

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