Home Poetry - Year II - Number 6 - March 2017

Poetry - Year II - Number 6 - March 2017

    A DRY BREEZE – Poems by Anwer Ghani

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    A DRY BREEZEPoems by Anwer Ghani   A Dry BreezeThat evening with its breeze has planted in my soul an unforgettable tales. I don't like crying and as any man, I wish to fall...

    SELFIEDOM – Poems by Clark Holtzman

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    SELFIEDOMPoems by Clark Holtzman MY ACCEPTANCE says nothing about the quality of your offer.My acceptance is sacred in this faithless sort of way.My acceptance builds upon...

    CAPITOL GAIN – Poems by Thomas Piekarski

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    CAPITOL GAINPoems by Thomas Piekarski                                      Capitol Gain                                         While Monterey is magical, San Francisco                                amply sublime, Paris radiant, London wondrous                with resplendent cupolas, museums and bridges,Sacramento is the epicenter of modern...

    A POET OBSERVES A POET – Poems by Thomas Locicero

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    A POET OBSERVES A POETPoems by Thomas Locicero What Have We Done to Each Other? What have we done to each otherwith our words, mine too...

    BROKEN HAND – Poems by Camille Germain

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    BROKEN HANDPoems by Camille Germain Asthma There’s been this gnat flying around my room for daysevery time I feel its pinprick of a body in my...

    BEYOND THE BOUQUET – Poems by Greg Moglia

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    BEYOND THE BOUQUETPoems by Greg Moglia BEYOND THE BOUQUET I give her the bouquet with what I dare to call a loveShe takes it with a...

    FALCON – A poem by Shola Balogun

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    FALCONA poem by Shola Balogun Touch my lips with your tail, enthralling troubadourAnd renew your ties twice nowWith my triangular elements.No winding muse can measure your flightStill even with...

    SONGS OF INSURRECTION – Poems by Ben Nardolilli

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    SONGS OF INSURRECTIONPoems by Ben Nardolilli Office Politeness Super politeness sweatsFrom the cubicle wallsAnd echoes through halls,Corridors I knowHold and reflectWhispers of thoseWho know meBut cannot...

    BOX SPRING ORACLE – Poems by Kathryn Gesser

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    BOX SPRING ORACLEPoems by Kathryn Gesser The Invention of Loneliness End of summerI saw youthrough sleepless eyes,could only speakin hushed pastel tones.Under thick bass notesand static...